Easy tips to improve the performance of Microsoft® OneNote 2010
If you have been tiring yourself organizing notes and tidbits on paper that seem to fade with time or get torn, it is time you seriously thought of Microsoft OneNote 2010. Also, if you have been using any of the previous versions of Microsoft OneNote, you could upgrade to the latest edition, for, it has several enhancements that can give you a better ‘notebook’ experience.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 is the ultimate base where you can insert and store all your information and notes, in a digital format, and not worry about them at all. Besides storing information for yourself, you can also share the information from your Microsoft OneNote 2010 with others so that all members of your family or your colleagues in office are on the same page. In addition to notes, you can also use this platform to organize your pictures and audio and video recordings as well. However, like everything has a flipside to it, many times while working on this application, you may face technical glitches. Although some of them may require technical experts to get resolved, by following some best practices, you can nevertheless keep your program up and going. So, here are few easy tips to improve the performance of Microsoft OneNote 2010.
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Download and install updates for Microsoft OneNote 2010 Like you do for other Microsoft applications, look for updates that are released specifically for Microsoft OneNote 2010. By installing the updates you can boost its performance and security. The recent update for the full version of Microsoft OneNote 2010 has been designed to enhance the search result displays and Optical Character Recognition in the application. By having this update installed, you can surely augment the exact areas.
Delete Microsoft OneNote 2010 cache
Another best practice that can help you to improve the performance of Microsoft OneNote 2010 is, to delete the cache of the application occasionally. The application stores cache as a backup for the various files, pictures, and notes that you have collected. If you do not delete the cache on a regular basis, it will start accumulating and the files may become corrupt or unusable. This will further lead to technical snags and glitches and you will face difficulty working on the application. So, deleting the cache can save you from such hassles.
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