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A better Notepad for Windows. Get it [here]

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  1. Jeff says:

    I’ve used UltraEdit for years at work, but never wanted to pay $50 for a Notepad replacement at home. I recently found the CrimsonEditor,, which has many of the same features I love so much about UltraEdit and is freeware. A portable version is also available at
    Some of the best features include column editing, syntax highlighting and macros.