One thing that makes OneNote interesting compared to Evernote is the flexibility it gives you when adding information to a page. Every page in OneNote is freeform, allowing you to add text, images, links to webpages, tables, and other bits of information anywhere you want; you aren’t constrained spatially in the same way you are in a normal word-processing application. Want to add a text note? Click anywhere on the page and start typing, and that’s where your text appears. You can then drag that text where you want it on the page. The same is true of images and tables.
I haven't used a Windows computer in a decade, but I do have fond memories of OneNote. Must install... :-)