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hdave

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  1. Long time user here. I have already started looking for alternatives because I think this new version is marking the end of Evernote. If they aren't going to cater to the power users, then they will lose to Google and Microsoft. Thanks for the reference to Nimbus -- will check it out. p.s. I can't believe the sync button is gone. WTH! edit: Just tried Nimbus's web-app, windows app, Andriod app. Am making the switch now....its kind of a no-brainer as long as the performance is still good after I load up 1600 notes.
  2. I just wasted hours trying to figure out why the evernote installation on a new computer was so broken. I just didn't get that you guys created a whole new version that was such an abomination. I get that software needs to move forward and sometimes that move is painful, but this is unacceptable. Where is the sync button? Where is the options menu? Why can't I configure it the way I want? There is no way this trash should be made available to paying customers. I for one, will start looking for an alternative.
  3. Good stuff. I'll create a new VM of WindowsXP that is extremely stripped down so it'll run on 500MB or less of RAM (today mine take 1.5GB). Then I can start and stop from the disk suspend state...smart!
  4. I love VirtualBox and agree that their ability to represent Windows apps as native in Ubuntu is getting VERY good. Unfortunately for me, I use Ubuntu for software development and between two browsers, a debugger, Maven, and Eclipse, I am already out of memory without even running a VM!!! And no, the boss won't get me a new laptop....
  5. I've been on Ubuntu for the past two years and am very happy. I always wanted to try Evernote, but the lack of a native client held me back until I found Nixnote: http://www.webupd8.org/2011/02/evernote-for-linux-nevernote.html Its a nice app, but does any of your experts know if they'll be supporting Ubuntu, ChromeOS, or Linux in general with a nice client any time soon?
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