Microsoft rolls out paid features for free OneNote variant




Microsoft OneNote features that were previously only for paid customers, rolled out the free version of the service notes. These include the shielding of sensitive information with a password.

Microsoft made ​​last year OneNote 2013 free for personal use. That version did not have all the functionality that was in the fuller version, which as part of the Office suite can be purchased. The software giant claims that the response was so positive that it has decided now also features previously paid versions to roll out to the version for personal use.

One of the features is the shielding of sensitive information with a password. Additionally henceforth previous versions of a note be viewed can be searched on video and audio recordings and to import Office documents and other files directly. Finally, users can take notes, while they take up slightly with the program.

OneNote 2013 works on Windows 7 and Windows 8, and is free to download from the Microsoft site. The service can be linked to OneDrive storage service, which is free to get 15GB, says Microsoft.


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