Re: Notepad - Still too slow on loading large files

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John Elliott

There are many cases where a plain text editor is needed. I use it to read
and write all different kinds of files, that are intended to be read by
software.
John E.
<Nicholas> wrote in message news:[email protected]
> "..didn't know loyalty was the only reason for an OS to have the ability
> to
> edit text files.. and how many people have anything other than Notepad
> associated with .txt files?
>
> Fewer than the number of people who'll be needing DVD Maker, that's for
> sure. "
>
> lol. maybe MS should scrap Notepad for Office Word 2007. Another program
> duplication!
>
> --
> Nicholas...
>
> "Overclock Your Life, Then The World"
>
>
 

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If your files are below 2 GB in size, the most impressive notepad
replacement I've seen is found by googling for jujuedit. Many others add too
much stuff, this adds just what you'd expect from notepad replacement. One
might argue that hex view and regex search & replace support doesn't belong
to notepad but I digress...

And I've tried a dozen notepad replacements..


"John Elliott" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> There are many cases where a plain text editor is needed. I use it to read
> and write all different kinds of files, that are intended to be read by
> software.
> John E.
> <Nicholas> wrote in message news:[email protected]
>> "..didn't know loyalty was the only reason for an OS to have the ability
>> to
>> edit text files.. and how many people have anything other than Notepad
>> associated with .txt files?
>>
>> Fewer than the number of people who'll be needing DVD Maker, that's for
>> sure. "
>>
>> lol. maybe MS should scrap Notepad for Office Word 2007. Another program
>> duplication!
>>
>> --
>> Nicholas...
>>
>> "Overclock Your Life, Then The World"
>>
>>

>
>
 

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