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BetterMemo has a simple, yet powerful concept. It provides an algorithm, called spaced repetition learning. By studying this way, you remember more information, compared to when you hear the same information again and again. You will save your time reviewing the information less often, compared to a traditional learning. BetterMemo puts spaced repetition learning into action and helps to boost your ability to remember. The whole learning process includes three easy steps: enter the information you want to learn, review it when BetterMemo prompts you, and as a result – learn it better with each review.
- Organizing notes in folders;
- Testing your retention;
- Seeing your progress with various statistics.
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Installed and registered without problems on a Win 8.1.3 Pro 64 bit system. A really clean install, 1 exe, 2 registry entries. No hidden tasks, services, old dll’s and obfuscated phone home applications. No need to register.
A Bulgarian company without name and address:
“Who we are?
BetterMemo was created by BetterMemo Solutions Inc. – privately own Bulgarian software company, founded in 2008.”
I need such a program urgently, cannot remember to have seen this program before.
The program is from November 2012.
After start a simple resizable window opens, it gives some introduction how to use it. In the options you can change fonts.
If you want to memorize things, there are many ways, from handwritten cards (still a top idea, not because of the cards, but due to the handwriting process), over tapes, the book under the pillow to computer assisted learning.
In a simple process you can define simple things to memorize, like
“Pizza Margherita was invented in 1889″ or
“Pizza Margharita: tomato(red), basil(green), mozarelle(white) – the Italian flag”
Or question/answer pairs:
“Who is the best pizza photographer?” …. who? really? are you kidding me?
The software does what it claims, a nice little program, comes some decades too late for me.
If I would still be in school/college/university I would have used such a program. Promised!
Test it! The learning process starts with the definition process.
Uninstalled via reboot.Comment by Karl — July 2nd, 2015 at 3:25 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6) Reply
Karl, possibly we are about the same age. I learned the folowing procedure at the uni:
1) pay attention during classes; 2) take notes; 3) at the end of the day review the notes and work them out 4) read them for the next class; 5) study them every week/month/year.
I bought a small tape recorder with an endless tape that would loop around and dictated the essentials of a difficult subject. I listened during meals at home, while reading the newspaper, etc. The real preparation of the exam went smoothly and a passed the first time with a good make.Comment by krypteller — July 2nd, 2015 at 3:41 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)
MyInfo is a free form personal information manager. It helps you to collect, organize, edit, store, and find personal information such as documents, random notes, and project-support materials. It is a valuable tool for everyone who uses GTD, serving as a reference-management system for electronic documents.