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Please confirm or clear up my ignorance.

 

Am I correct that the Windows version of Evernote does not permit you to create more than one window?

 

Please note I'm not referring to opening a Note in its own window.  

 

I mean, e.g.: having one window showing Notebooks and another window showing tags or the Note list.

 

I know that the Mac version allows you to do this but cannot find it on the Windows version.  Have I missed something?  

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Please confirm or clear up my ignorance.

Am I correct that the Windows version of Evernote does not permit you to create more than one window?

Please note I'm not referring to opening a Note in its own window.

I mean, e.g.: having one window showing Notebooks and another window showing tags or the Note list.

I know that the Mac version allows you to do this but cannot find it on the Windows version. Have I missed something?

It is correct that you can only have one "main" window in the Windows client. You can use the web client as a second window, though.

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In case you wanted to open two windows of the full app...

On a Mac: 

$ open -n -a "/Applications/Evernote.app"

Ref: https://www.cnet.com/news/how-to-open-multiple-instances-of-an-application-in-os-x/

On Windows:

I'm not positive, but I think if you "Open as Administrator" (or any other user using RunAs) you may be able to open multiple copies.

Ref: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc771525(v=ws.11).aspx

 

 

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Mac version definitely has a good advantage regarding this. I would love this feature on PC as well, since I use a PC for work and my Mac at home is not where I use Evernote most of the time. 

I assume this feature will be coming to PC soon...or at least I hope so. 

 

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