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About TheGurkha

  1. Yes, you do need a copy of windows. But I would guess that most people moving to Linux are coming from the Windows world, they should be able to use the Windows that was supplied with the PC they are now putting Linux onto.
  2. First of all, I think the Nevernote initiative is fantastic, and such be applauded. It is an open-source clone of an Evernote client, for Linux. I think this will grow into something awesome. it might be all you need. For me though, right now, it isn't complete enough. It will get there, I'm sure, and I will keep checking back and seeing where they have progressed to. I am confident that one day I will migrate to it. In the meanwhile I had to find a different way of getting EN onto Ubuntu. With the recent overhaul on the EN web interface I can nearly do without a client, but not quite. In put
  3. Another point is that there is no revenue attached to the EN clients. They are given away free. The whole idea of the free client is to encourage users to try EN. hopefully they get to use En a lot and come to see value in it, and then become premium subscribers. Why would EN care what client you used?
  4. +1. It's not in the cloud, but FreeMind is free, and it is Java based. I have used it on Windows and Linux, it should run on Mac. I doubt it'll run on the iPhone though.
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