MindRaider – Mind-mapping editor

Hold That Thought

Article from Issue 139/2012

The digital notes application MindRaider lets you organize and visualize your thoughts as mind maps.

Ideas, tasks, plans, important links, snippets of knowledge, sketches or important files that reside somewhere on your disks and DVDs – you can conveniently collect all of this information in MindRaider. The developers describe this program as their “personal notebook and outliner,” and the software tool really does help you keep track of collections of notes – just like those infamous yellow sticky notes in real life.

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