What to use to store all sorts of manuals?

Here, is looking for information about how to do something online, for example write how to configure a server, how to implement some function, etc., find, doing, everything works. And then after a year again would need the same thing, and already forgotten how to do it. Yes, you can dig in the old code, but sometimes a lot of files and I don't remember exactly where and in final version in that time were not included, and lies somewhere in the old copies and try to find. While in the Internet more on the move is not. Then of course understand, but take longer than it could be.
What you need: any program or service in which you can save the manuals. Not just links, because links sometimes die. And preferably not only the text, because, though not often, but sometimes you need with images. Ie I would like to keep a copy of the HTML. Well, you can of course just make the directory and the web browsers keep copies, but I wanted something more convenient, in some programs, which is a list with descriptions, and in fact the content.

Better if it is not a service, and the program (because services do not last forever), but the lack of anything better, and the service. If the program, make sure the cross-platform, because it is not always at the same computer. It is desirable that the database can be stored simultaneously on localhost and in the cloud, as, for example, in KeePass

I have tested:
MyTetra - in functionality fit of the drawbacks virgillassie interface and synchronization is made in the form of the row in which it is necessary to enter the command, i.e. in fact it externally and its not
CherryTree - in functionality suitable human interface, but does no synchronization
QOwnNotes - does not support inserting images in the text
Polar Bookshelf - great saves web pages as PDF and all the usual text notes no
Joplin does not support inserting images in the text
Tabsbook - it generally saves only the links, not the pages themselves
Zim Desktop Wiki is to paste images you can, but one at a time from the file system, just select all you need on the website and you cannot insert, not found in sync
March 19th 20 at 09:23
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March 19th 20 at 09:25
emacs org-mode
generally have emacs under Windows? Need and in Linux and in Windows worked. And where to insert images, sync? Heard how it's such megacampaign all-in-one. It is generally convenient? Still prefer the classic interface, not to memorize a bunch of hotkeys.
Vicki, XS, must see - katherine.Aufderhar commented on March 19th 20 at 09:28

Image - never used. But I'm sure that there is a solution and even a perverse decision
In extreme cases, there is import in hypertext markup language

Yes - harvester
Yes - to set will be long
It is text, those when you look to the Gita, you will have an understanding of what happened with the text

About the hotkeys - it only hurts up to a hundred, you get used to it - Katelynn commented on March 19th 20 at 09:31
March 19th 20 at 09:27
1) Evernot, if you do not mind to feed the goons
2) PIM , for example, essentialpim.com

second, I recommend to get used to, as grit, "at rest"
They both paid. Have EssentialPIM is a free version, but stripped down, without synchronization, encryption, and other such important functions. And most importantly - both for Windows only. - katherine.Aufderhar commented on March 19th 20 at 09:30
PIM life $ 45, for a long time was the version for the CIS 20 may now be left

there are other Pimas with crack - laurianne commented on March 19th 20 at 09:33
Quack don't want to. Can be bought, but the main drawback - Windows only - katherine.Aufderhar commented on March 19th 20 at 09:36
March 19th 20 at 09:29
I use onenote

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