I have just downloaded the Free GS Notes program. I was looking for this kind of software for years. Since then I have recommended this software to many friends. It's an excellent tool to organize your notes. My personal rating: excellent.
KETANKUMAR KOTHARI, IGATE CAPITAL
I'm a writer so I always have loads of new ideas to put down... previously I was buried in paper scraps and tons of MS Notebook files that made a total mess on my PC. Thanks to your Golden Section Notes I can finally organize all this stuff in the way I want, so that nothing will be lost. Thank you for this wonderful product and keep up the good work!
The more I work with GS Notes, the more I consider it to be the reason I own a $3000 computer. Ridiculous? Nah, not when you consider what I do with the program. My aunt gave me the computer; she bought it, was frightened to death by it, and gave it to me. I cast aside my old 80386 junker and stepped into the world of 1.8Ghz processors and 80gig hard drives. Microsoft Word and programs that make movies. Geez! However, my terribly belated move from DOS to Windows Me (and now XP) has enabled me to run a little freeware program, GSNotes...and it has changed the very way I organize and plan and carry out my self-education, my writing, my whole life, really. I'm disabled from "real" work, but I stay busy. I can't afford GS Organizer right now, but I'll get it someday.
And: I know there are similar programs out there, for I have several of them. TreePad, NoteKeeper, Action Outline, Memoirs 2000, KeyNote (a good one, too, but it doesn't print!), and a couple more. I'd love to have GS Organizer because of the fields and link possibilities, but GS Notes takes care of me fine for now. Thanks for making it free. And it hauls butt at 1.8Ghz!