Evernote drops Microsoft .NET support in Favor of Native Code

Evernote 4, a popular note taking technology has undergone some major structural changes in regards to their previous support of Microsoft .NET and the Windows Presentation Foundation. Evernote 4 is a major shift from Evernote 3.5 due to certain issues that could not be addressed while using Windows .NET and WPF.

Certain problems just couldnt be fixed using Windows .NET and WPF, Evernote 4 is a huge departure from 3.5

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