Posted: July 17, 2010 in Reviews
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TextPad is a text editor for Windows operating systems. With it, you can edit text files (.txt), or other files containing text, such as html files and Java (and other programming language) source files. It is available in Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese (Brazilian) and Spanish versions.

I originally have the TextPad evaluation version (just about the same as full but with nag screens telling you to pay up) installed with my computer from here. I liked using it for various reasons, such as:

  • Word wrap – Instead of having to go to the Edit menu (in Notepad) to make the text of a long line wrap to the next, the word wrap option is on the tool bar, so it only takes one click (or a keyboard combination press) to turn it on or off. I find that it always reverts to off when I start TextPad again, which is annoying, but it is faster to than what I used to have to do with Notepad.
  • to be contiue..

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