Originally Posted by David Marseilles
Goodbye MS Office 2013, Hello Office 2010!
OneNote is tough to replace, especially since the stuff I love about it is not the most popular stuff. If I ever win the lottery, I'll commission a software package to my liking, because MS rarely changes in a direction that makes me like them more -- and I especially hate subscriptions.
OneNote is one handy part at work where I use it, say, in mail context with meeting agendas and minutes, similarly a working sharePoint environment with MSOffice has its potential etc.
But as a home user, I'm just keeping eye on the advance of OpenStuff capabilities with common file formats without need to spin MS cobweb around them all the time.