NotesPad – added 07/09/2004
NotesPad is a sensational Windows NotePad replacement, a bit old now, but still a solid editor on older boxes.
Minimum Profit – added 07/09/2004
Supports multiple files, syntax highlighting, ctags, configurable keys, menus and colors and more.
Vim – added 4/7/2004
Vim is a highly configurable text editor built to enable efficient text editing. It is an improved version of the vi editor distributed with most UNIX systems. Vim is often called a “programmer’s editor,” and so useful for programming that many consider it an entire IDE. It’s not just for programmers, though. Vim is perfect for all kinds of text editing, from composing email to editing configuration files.
QuickPad – added 4/7/2004
QuickPad (35 KB) is a small and very fast Notepad-like application, which serves mainly for keeping temporary notes. It can be always running without being in your way, saves your notes automatically, is fully controllable through keyboard shortcuts and – as a special feature – divides (text) files virtually into several pages.
AshEdit – added 4/7/2004
AshEdit is a text editor. Featuring an original user interface, plus features such as the ability to convert between upper and lower case, AshEdit is a good alternative to windows NotePad.
Yikes – added 07/09/2004
The original YIKES was written to emulate the Editor which came with DOS and was expanded and added to as I felt necessary, and was also inflicted on an unsuspecting net population. As it continued to grow, I felt that the design was being stretched too far, so I decided to develop YIKES 2, with the purpose of including all the additions in the original design, and making the interface a little closer to Windows standard.
TED Notepad – added 4/6/2004
TED Notepad for Windows is an ultimate text editor, looking and behaving mostly like the original Windows Notepad with a lot of extra features and functions for text editing. In this small application you can find a famous notepad; a lot of unix-like text functions and tools.