Last week, we released the latest version of Evernote for Windows. This release includes some new features and a slew of stability improvements.
The latest build dramatically improves the stability of the Windows client –fewer bugs, fewer crashes, more goodness. It’s not perfect, but it’s a whole lot better.
Databases are local
We learned that in some cases, users in corporate environments might inadvertently have their Evernote databases stored on the network. With the latest release, databases are, by default, stored on the local machine, improving speed and reliability.
Evernote for Windows now indexes PDFs. This means that when you perform a search, Evernote will also look within PDFs, and return them in your results.
What’s next: We’re beginning work on PDF previews in Windows. Look for that in the not-too-distant future.