Windows always came equipped with a simple editor called Notepad. In it you can write simple text without formatting, but is quite limited. There are alternatives to our standard editor on the market and are free. Here I will briefly present three alternatives to the Windows Notepad native.
The aim of this editor is to completely replace Notepad editor, with a perfect theme similar to this. Supports Windows versions 32 and 64 bits. Holds standard numbering and coloring line of code. It can easily replace the original publisher by overwriting it with Notepad2 Notepad by simply renaming the file. The best utility of its function is to select text and use Drag-n-Drop (shoot and leaves) in any other window in another document, and in another program, without using the shortcut Crtl + C.
It is one of the smallest editors, can be put on a flash drive and used all through a simple double click, without having to install it in advance. Among the functions which it owns include: autocomplete, search and advanced text replacement, supports encoding in Unicode and UTF-8, can be used to write the texts for UNIX and Mac, can save its settings to a file. Ini to put on a memory stick with the executable file can load your preferences;