PopNote 5.0 is a lightweight and robust peer to peer Instant Messaging communication client that works over the Internet or LANs. Requiring no data mining 3rd party server that can potentially filter and save your private communications, this also means it serverless Instant Messager Service. By using UDP sockets as opposed to TCP, your PC cannot be remotely port scanned using conventional TCP sync port scanners.
PopNote can send an instant message that will pop up on the destination’s Desktop on arrival; or allow more aggressive real time chatting.
PopNote runs independent of remote 3rd party servers that kill the client when they go offline. Besides, PopNote can still function properly even when local ISP’s may encounter DNS problems.
The inherent beauty of a PopNote is it does not demand an immediate reply as is the case with real time chatting.
What new in this release?
New on this released PopNote 5.0 is the hotkeys Ctrl+Enter no longer will append an extraneous carriage return when using those keys to send a Popnote (which forced a line to be skipped). The few who preferred that inadvertent bug can toggle “skip a line” with the hotkeys Ctrl+J.
The right click popup menu for Copy/Paste etc now functions for either the top or bottom windows (the chat dialog or message composition window), and Fixed a text color bug in the Print routine.
If you would like to use PopNote to send peer to peer instant messages you can download this PopNote at here (compressed in zip file, need to extract first to be able to install in your PC).Related Post: