TinyEdit A Really Good Notepad Replacement For Developers

Over the last 12 years I have been using Windows the only thing that I have not seen change is notepad, it has been as it is for so many iterations of Windows. So as a developer, I have always had to rely on other editors to get my job done.

There have been various notepad replacements over time, and many of them have definitely been pretty good, TinyEdit definitely makes it to that big league of notepad replacements.

tinyedit-screenshot

TinyEdit runs out of the box and does not require any installation and supports several formats and syntax highlighting for PHP, CSS, HTML, Java, Java Script, VB Script, XML, Perl, Python, Ruby, C#, SQL, Tcl/Tk, GW-TEL Scripts, UNIX Shell Scripts, Semanta DD, Standard ML, Vrml97/X3D, AWK Scripts, MS-DOS Batch, C/C++, COBOL, Visual Basic, Pascal, Modula-3 and Fortran.

TinyEdit Features

  • Powerful and easy to use
  • Syntax highlighting for more than 26 scripts
  • Multiple document interface
  • Unlimited undo/redo capability
  • Text can be automatically word-wrapped
  • Line number, Powerful search and replace
  • Only one executable file (no need install)
  • Freeware for both personal and commercial use

Download TinyEdit

6 thoughts on “TinyEdit A Really Good Notepad Replacement For Developers”

  1. yeah, cool! that’s a great tool, maybe newbies could use it too!

    I find it “hard” for beginners.

    Is there an alternative to it?

  2. I’ve never heard of TinyEdit, thanks for sharing. Notepad++ is my favorit text editor and I’ve been using that for most of my website development and programming.

  3. Many of the coders do formatting of codes so that they are not visible properly in normal notepad, such special programs do good formatting so that we can see those codes easily.

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