By Shivam – September, 28th 2015
Notepad++ is an advanced text editor, loaded with features and considered to be fully equipped for replacement of Windows Notepad. It has the capability of supporting 27 programming languages, supports syntax folding and highlighting, search for regular expressions, synchronized edits and views, etc. Notepad++ is an open source application used for editing codes. The feature of supporting several languages, gives it the potential of replacing Notepad. It gives a wonderful experience to users in Microsoft Windows environment and it runs on GPL License. Notepad++ is written in C++ and it is based upon editing component “Scintilla”, which is very powerful. It operates on Win32 API, as well as, on STL that ensures high execution speed and much smaller program sizes. Notepad++ is a step towards creating a greener environment, as the CPU power consumption during its operation is reduced to a great extent, which results in greener environment, without compromising on its user friendliness.
Few outstanding features of Notepad++ are as follows:
Notepad++ is loaded with multiple features and options. It has a default directory which allows two choices, one to follow the present document and the other to remember the last used directory. Also, Notepad++ could be run from a USB device which is useful for loading or writing configuration files from installation directory. This is also handy to run plug-ins and additionally, it has an inbuilt Plug-in Manager.
Notepad++ is definitely a better text editor than Notepad in terms of its versatility and performance. It could even be useful for company-wide deployment apart from its personal use. Some users may find problems in installation of additional software but the benefits and productivity of Notepad++ are real and genuine for better utility of users.
The issue commonly seen in Notepad++ is system crash and therefore, the new version has some bugs fixes, to resolve the issues of program in system.
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