Am very impressed with Joplin as a great solution for notes and tips of all kinds. It has the really important features needed:
Truly cross platform (Windows, Linux, Android, IoS and MacOS)
Has full support for Markdown Text (a relatively) easy method to create and maintain text files with attachments (docs, photos, movies, etc.), Links (web, network and local files)
Supports local file encryption (files stored locally or on the cloud)
Here’s a recent video from another well known Linux you-tuber:
Special Note: the last half of this video is about the CLI (Command Line Interface) version of Joplin. Just disregard if you don’t intend to use that version (I won’t be – no need)
The short answer is . . . . . YES . . . . . . especially for “free” AV software.
An example of how a corporation can help needful people plus provide a very well rated Software suite. Program ends at year-end (so, start your download “engine” soon . . . )
Well written article which explains the value of the CLI (Command Line Interface). True, most of that value applies to more advanced users and systems folks, . . . but the CLI can save both a “pro’s” and “newby’s” butt in certain situations.
The link below provides detailed info on why you don’t want to be running Kaspersky AV . . . . really, the best solution is not to need an AV at all . . . . (hint: Linux Mint or Ubuntu or any Linux distro does not require AV).
We talked about it for a long time. MS discontinuing support & sales of standalone Office Suite. Now it’s a “real-thing” . . .
See this ZDNet post for more info: MS Office 2019