Text Editors



Geany is a small, free text editor that makes use of Scintilla and GTK+, along with basic IDE features. It offers support for a wide range of programming and markup languages (C++, C, Java, Python, PHP, HTML, CSS, etc.). Its interface is similar to the editors designed for Microsoft Windows such as Notepad++ or Programmer's Notepad…

Cross-platform Open-source Version 1.29 Latest update: November 16, 2016

Notepad Plus Plus

Notepad Plus Plus (also known as Notepad++) is a free, open source text and source code editor for Microsoft Windows. It is currently one of the most popular editor that can serve as an excellent replacement for the native Notepad text editor included in all Microsoft Windows versions. It is based on the well-known Scintilla (a free…

Windows Open-source Version 7.3 Latest update: January 4, 2017


PSPad is a well-known freeware editor among Microsoft Windows users. It was released for the first time in 2001 by Mr. Jan Fiala. Ever since, new features were added with each new release. Nowadays, PSPad is one of the best choice when it comes down to number of features and the variety of of syntax highlighting profiles. Since the n…

Windows Freeware Version 4.6.1 Latest update: July 10, 2016

RJ TextEd

RJ TextEd software is best described as a Unicode style of text and source editor. It boasts an array of features that allow for the editing of text documents in a thorough and customized manner. The software functions with program languages like Unicode, C++, C#, ASP, Java, ASCII, JavaScript and Perl. There is also support for PHP, H…

Windows Freeware Version 11.20 Latest update: November 16, 2016

TED Notepad

TED Notepad is a small, lightweight free notepad replacement developed since 2001. It works on all versions of Microsoft Windows from 95 to Windows 7. Overtime, the author (Juraj Simlovic) added many innovative features (over 312). The interface looks the same with Microsoft NotePad except the huge amount of functions. If you need a…

Windows Freeware Version 6.0.2 Latest update: November 20, 2013