TED Notepad v6.1.1

billon on 5 Dec 2016

TED Notepad is a small and fast text editor intended as a replacement for Windows notepad. The program offers a variety of interface tools including hotkeys for almost every function, ability to minimize to system tray, favorite files menu, and many more. Additionally, up to nine permanent clipboards, advanced searching, auto-completion, bi-directional editing and many text-processing functions.

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System Requirements: Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Writes settings to: Application folder
Unicode support: Yes
License: Freeware
How to extract: Download the "Portable" ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch TedNPad.exe.
What's new? See:
http://jsimlo.sk/notepad/changes.php

10 comments on TED Notepad  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

Andrew Lee 2006-12-08 05:11

5.2.1 is currently in beta. I try not to list beta versions if a final version is available, unless there are good reasons to do so.

jsimlo 2007-04-18 07:46

New version 5.3.1.beta has been released.

Brains 2008-02-02 14:44

It could be very handy if knew what the D'n'D was. Strange enough, it doesn't.

Kew 2009-04-30 08:38

There is a new version, 5.4.1. Released just today.. ;)

Webfork 2009-10-02 02:41

Although it claims on the website that it allows for multiple undo levels, both Unicode and ANSI versions of version 5.4.1 didn't allow it.

Despite this, still a great notepad replacement with tons of smart features.

Midas 2010-02-05 23:56

This v5.4.2 could be THE killer text editor, if it wasn't for the quirky and sometimes downright confusing interface options (aggravated by lack of customization for the zillion keyboard shortcuts TN supports) and the consistent refusal of the developer to even allow a toolbar -- sticking by his "chrome-less freeware text editor" meme. Nonetheless, well worth checking...

outskirter 2012-02-03 17:54

I'm currently using TED Notepad 6.0.2 beta, and find it very fast, stable and powerful. I also don't miss the toolbars. Having learned the keyboard shortcuts for the functions I need (ignoring the functions I would likely never use), I'm quite comfortable with this app as my default editor. If I forget a shortcut, the main and context menus are always there. The absence of code folding and syntax highlighting means nothing to me, as I'm not a developer, and can easily write HTML without those features.

Using the so-called Text Filter feature, you can make TED Notepad open selected URLs, even if they aren't clickable, and that feature is also very useful for internet lookups of selected text.

So far I've only one complaint: TED's dialog boxes use a tiny font, which looks like MS Sans Serif Regular, and since my screen is high-res, sometimes the dialogs are nearly impossible to read. I had already changed the Windows dialog fonts in the registry to Tahoma Bold for visibility; it worked, and most apps comply with the new setting, but this one doesn't.

V6.0.2

Midas 2012-04-20 01:02

@outskirter: I had the same problem while testing the latest version (MS Sans Serif font isn't really ClearType friendly); solved with ResHack by finding all instances of 'MS Sans Serif' and replacing them with 'MS Shell Dlg'...

V6.0.2

freakazoid 2013-07-05 14:58

Was testing some Notepad alternatives the other night, and while TED Notepad is relatively small in size, it uses almost 4x the memory (hovering around 9MB). Just a FYI.

v6.0.2

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