Here’s a video showing how I replaced Scrivener and Evernote using Emacs with the EVIL Vim emulator package.
It’s not for everyone and requires a certain type of writer to tolerate Emacs’ quirks. But hey, it’s free and open source; give it a try and you might end up liking it as much as I do! The sample configuration zip file I’ve provided below will get you started with minimal hassle.
Download the Scrivener like Emacs config with Vim bindings HERE.
Create a new folder called "Emacs" on your C: Drive and extract emacs-24.5-bin-i686-mingw32.zip to it. No install necessary.
Type "%appdata%" in the windows explorer bar.
If there is an ".emacs.d" folder, delete it.
Extract the contents of the Scrivener Emacs config zip above to the ".emacs.d" folder in this folder. The folder location will be something like "C:\Users\bob\AppData\Roaming.emacs.d", where your name replaces bob.
Run Emacs with C:\Emacs\bin\Runemacs.exe. Create shortcuts as desired.