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eNotebook was offline web page browser. The idea of saving Web pages and links offline is a good one, but this database-driven program just doesn't live up to its promise.
Little has been done to dress up eNotebook's two-pane interface, but if you've worked with a database before, this one should present few problems. On one side of is a tree directory and on the other is a viewing pane for the pages or links you've saved. eNotebook comes with a sample collection, which helps to give you an idea of how to organize and use the program. The less you need to rely on the Help file, the better. It's written in awkward English that's filled with misspelled words. When you're surfing, a right-click on a page gives you options to save a page, selected links, or all links. Make your selection and eNotebook opens so you can organize your information. For our testers, only the options to save links worked. Each time an attempt was made to save a page, the program crashed and all we got for our efforts was an error message. Each link we saved pulled up the appropriate page in the viewing pane. Simple editing tools are included that let you add and edit text and insert images, but the only file format on offer was .enb, which is only used by eNotebook. You can save in other formats, such as .html, but the results aren't very impressive.
The eNotebook software seems to be old or discontinued.
Such programs may not work on modern operating systems properly, are no longer available and supported by their original developers, or are simply obsolete for their purpose. Sometimes companies offer limited support through their website.
eNotebook works with the following file extensions:
Note: You can click on any file extension link from the list below, to view its detailed information. The list of extensions used or otherwise associated with the application may not be complete, because many common file extensions on our website, such as jpg (pictures) or txt (text files), can be opened by a large number of applications, or are too general file format. However most, if not all directly associated file extensions should be listed with its appropriate program. Although its likely, that some file extensions may be missing from the list of associated file extensions with the application, yet they can be opened, be part of, or otherwise be associated with the program.
eNotebook default file extension associations
Comparison table of actions that eNotebook can perform with its associated file type beta
This table might not contain all possible associated or supported file types or may contain incorrect data.
If you need more information please contact the developers of eNotebook, or check out their product website.
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