Do you mean something like Microsoft Word, but with tabs? There’s always Google Docs, and you can just have multiple tabs open in Chrome (or whatever other browser you want). Also, at some point, Word will receive an update to allow tabs.
For PDFs, Adobe Acrobat has tabs, and most modern browsers can read PDF files natively.
since when did we start using “apps” to refer to software, I still rmb the days of “programs”
anyway, to your question, you might be looking for windows explorer replacements. There are paid ones and free ones, paid ones I’d recommend Opus, free ones would be xplorer2 or something like that, just search for those keywords i highlighted above.
I confirm, OneNote is really a good match. Way better then Evernote for example and Îve used it the last one for several years and switched to onenote over one year ago. Of course it’s not perfect but I love a lot of their features, the management, the snapshots feature, touchscreen, injecting media…
Evernote is not bad of course.
I’ve used ZIM for over a year and I have found it very easy to use. It has a tree view for all documents and tabs for recently opened files. And it saves everything as text files to your local hard drive, which is nice at work where saving your work notes to a remote service is a big no-no.
I’ve no idea how well it works with touchscreen though, will have to see that when I get my V
I’m not that old, but i agree with you here! It drives me nuts that everything is called an “app” nowadays. To me, programs > apps.
An app is a silly little game or phone software you use until you can gain access to your real computer.