Tomboy is a desktop note-taking application for Linux, Unix, Windows, and Mac OS X. Simple and easy to use, but with potential to help you organize the ideas and information you deal with every day.
- - Tomboy is the most popular Windows, Mac & Linux alternative to AutoPostit2.
- - Tomboy is the most popular Open Source & free alternative to AutoPostit2.
Stickies is a PC utility written to replace Post-It-style notes left stuck to your monitor. The design goal behind Stickies is that the program is small and simple. Stickies will not mess with your system files, or write to the Registry.
A brand new Sticky Notes for Windows has arrived! Thanks to a new and improved design, added intelligence and Pen support, it is now easier than ever to quickly capture and add context to all your notes.
Simple Sticky Notes is a simple, easy-to-use, absolutely free, fast and efficient note taking software.
Simple Sticky Notes Features
7 Sticky Notes is a desktop sticky notes program. A free alternative for Windows Vista's notes. Something similar to Windows 7 notes, but with more features.Discontinued
The program is no longer updated. Last version, 1.9, released in January 2013, can be still downloaded from the official website
Jot is that random piece of notes paper that lives in your Mac Menu Bar. It's also open source.
- - Jot - Notes is the most popular commercial alternative to AutoPostit2.
Jot - Notes Features
Sticky Notes is a simple sticky notes app for GNOME. It allows you to create notes and format them.
StickyPad is an invaluable, easy-to-use tool that lets you place sticky notes on your desktop. You can type notes to yourself, set meeting and appointment reminders, keep track of a to-do list, and anything else you would do with paper notes.
A program to create sticky notes on the screen. You can store any information you need: tasks, appointments, birthdays, phone numbers, etc. All notes are stored in a single configuration file and does not use the registry.
EverSticky is a simple application thats provides post-it notes for your Linux desktop. These notes auto-save and transparently syncronise to Evernote® (when a network connection is available).
KNotes is a program that lets you write the computer equivalent of sticky notes. The notes are saved automatically when you exit the program, and they display when you open the program.