Flamory for Windows is a useful tool that is well integrated with many browsers and editors. Famory remembers everything! It is a straightforward application to use.
This application allows bookmaking, which saves a copy of the webpages and files seen on a screen. This allows the page or file to be retrieved later. The application can remember anything found on the web. All that needs to be done is make a snapshot of web pages, files, or desktop applications, and Flamory will record the history in snapshots.
To take a snapshot, press Ctrl+Alt+A, or you can enable history recording to capture all the visited pages. When Flamory takes a snapshot, it will save this shot, the chosen text, and the position on the page. Once the snapshot is double-clicked on, Famory will open the precise place on the document. It is just like a bookmark. You could also annotate with pens, shapes, pointers, or text. There is also a sticky note feature that allows annotating with text notes. Pressing Win+Shift+A is used to capture, then you can add a sentence. The notes will display in a popup when you revisit this page.
Famory will recall what your interests are from Google searches and will inform you about that data. This is done by blue stripes, which will show on the right side of your computer screen. The stripes will show when you go to a page where you have taken a screenshot. You will just have to the right-click to see what was located.
Famory can operate in the same way with web pages, emails, files, PDF books, and other documents. It will even save a screenshot on an unsupported application.
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