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JNT File Format

Microsoft Windows Journal notes

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JNT is a file extension for a journal notes file format used by Microsoft Windows Journal, a note taking accessory for using a tablet to capture notes in handwriting and drawings.

JNT files can be viewed using the Windows Journal Viewer for those that do not have Windows Tablet Edition.

 

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This was last updated in September 2010
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I wanted to disable the index app from Windows 10. I could disable almost all the file (extensions); except the extension .jnt; that's why I want to know more about .jnt, so I can try to get rid of this files (or maybe a program to list my doings on the Internet). I'm no going to search whitin the Register to delete the files.
I already got rid of Windows Edge app - I don't want these things (working) on my PC.
Regards, Peter van Orsouw, Holland
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