OneNote and OneNote 2016, which one is better?

In the last year, Microsoft discontinued the OneNote 2016. Microsoft replaces it with OneNote App that can be installed through Microsoft Store. According some review Microsoft OneNote app still lag behind with the OneNote 2016. Therefore, Microsoft still provide OneNote 2016 as a free software. Today we will compare the OneNote vs OneNote 2016, so you can keep which one that suite with your need. // OneNote OneNote 2016 Free Through Store Download through Microsoft Download Portal Updated Regularly No update Best for Pen (rich pen experience) Best for Typing (rich formatting) Small footprint (55 MB) Casual footprint (86 MB) Sharing is limited Support export to word, and others Opening only through link Open through link, OneNote file, and OneNote Package Best Office 365 integration Best of Desktop productivity Can be uninstalled standalone through store Cannot be uninstalled standalone through control panel       You Need OneNote 2016 if You are using export feature to Microsoft Word You are using OneNote package import You are using OneNote to style your document with icon, to do task, and others You need OneNote App If You are using OneNote in your mobile app, it's similar experience You are using your active pen or your s-pen You need an updated OneNote So which one you want to choose? Please insert into a comment //

Fix OneNote Screen Clipping Shortcut After Installing Windows 8.1

Problem Windows 8.1 overrides the Windows + S shortcut for screen clipping on OneNote to a search function. This article is for some people that wan to make the Screensclipping shortcut works after installing Solution In order to restore the functionality of shrotcut, we should move the Screencliping shortcut into new shortcut. Here are the tips     Close OneNote including the Send To Dialog Download the registry shortcut fixer see the attachment Import the registry Log off or restart Now you can use Windows + Y to screen clipping Attachments Cheers

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