EmEditor 17.0.0 for Windows

by Emurasoft, Inc.

Avg. Rating 3.5 (467 votes)

File Details

File Size 6.6 MB
License Shareware, $39.99
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 5,805
Publisher Emurasoft, Inc.
Homepage EmEditor

Publisher's Description

EmEditor is a text editor for Windows that supports JavaScript or VBScript macros, Unicode, plug-ins, syntax highlighting (including embedded scripts in HTML, ASP, and PHP files), drag-and-drop, and menu and keyboard customizations. This release supports not only JavaScript and VBScript for the text editing macros, but also PerlScript, PHPScript, Python, Ruby, and other languages as long as script engines you want to use are installed.

Supports macros and advanced features.

Latest Reviews

guti

guti reviewed v16.1.0 on Jul 3, 2016

Very fast, compact and supporting huge files.
A pitty we do not have a lite free version.

Karol Mily

Karol Mily reviewed v15.3.1 on Sep 17, 2015

Very fast.

For large Text and HTML files I prefer it over PSPad editor.

balanceinmotion

balanceinmotion reviewed v14.5.3 on Sep 24, 2014

excellent!

mikebratley

mikebratley reviewed v14.3.1 on Mar 11, 2014

4 stars

chrispaul

chrispaul reviewed v14.0.1 on Feb 17, 2014

excellent

barrytbutler

barrytbutler reviewed v14.0.1 on Jan 29, 2014

5 stars. really good.

-1

-1 reviewed v14.0.1 on Jan 20, 2014

Hilarious. Notepad++. Compared to EmEditor Professional.

That person must not know that Notepad++ is strictly 32-bit. They must also not have tried it with 100-MB+ files, or else they'd know that EmEditor is drastically faster.

I tested search/replace operations under Windows 8.1 on a 146-MB file with EmEditor (64-bit) and Notepad++. The repeatable results: What EmEditor was able to do in 4 seconds or less, Notepad++ took over 6 MINUTES to do!

But hey, it's free, so let's rate it highly, right?

Calling Notepad++ an "alternative" to EmEditor Professional is like calling a bucket an alternative to a firehose.

And BTW, if paying for an application is the biggest mistake you've ever made, you're doing pretty well. Although I have to think that's hyperbole.

PetePat

PetePat reviewed v14.0.1 on Dec 19, 2013

Maybe expensive for someone but certainly not garbage, actually imho best editor. Notepad++ or Akelpad are great free alternatives.

RitoSwan

RitoSwan reviewed v14.0.1 on Dec 17, 2013

Notepad++, while completely free, has a ton of better features than this expensive garbage. Buying this crap (for just 1 year) was the biggest mistake i made in life.

olivergiving

olivergiving reviewed v13.0.5 on Sep 25, 2013

great stuff

Avg. Rating 3.5 (467 votes)
Your Rating
guti

guti reviewed v16.1.0 on Jul 3, 2016

Very fast, compact and supporting huge files.
A pitty we do not have a lite free version.

Karol Mily

Karol Mily reviewed v15.3.1 on Sep 17, 2015

Very fast.

For large Text and HTML files I prefer it over PSPad editor.

balanceinmotion

balanceinmotion reviewed v14.5.3 on Sep 24, 2014

excellent!

mikebratley

mikebratley reviewed v14.3.1 on Mar 11, 2014

4 stars

chrispaul

chrispaul reviewed v14.0.1 on Feb 17, 2014

excellent

barrytbutler

barrytbutler reviewed v14.0.1 on Jan 29, 2014

5 stars. really good.

-1

-1 reviewed v14.0.1 on Jan 20, 2014

Hilarious. Notepad++. Compared to EmEditor Professional.

That person must not know that Notepad++ is strictly 32-bit. They must also not have tried it with 100-MB+ files, or else they'd know that EmEditor is drastically faster.

I tested search/replace operations under Windows 8.1 on a 146-MB file with EmEditor (64-bit) and Notepad++. The repeatable results: What EmEditor was able to do in 4 seconds or less, Notepad++ took over 6 MINUTES to do!

But hey, it's free, so let's rate it highly, right?

Calling Notepad++ an "alternative" to EmEditor Professional is like calling a bucket an alternative to a firehose.

And BTW, if paying for an application is the biggest mistake you've ever made, you're doing pretty well. Although I have to think that's hyperbole.

PetePat

PetePat reviewed v14.0.1 on Dec 19, 2013

Maybe expensive for someone but certainly not garbage, actually imho best editor. Notepad++ or Akelpad are great free alternatives.

RitoSwan

RitoSwan reviewed v14.0.1 on Dec 17, 2013

Notepad++, while completely free, has a ton of better features than this expensive garbage. Buying this crap (for just 1 year) was the biggest mistake i made in life.

olivergiving

olivergiving reviewed v13.0.5 on Sep 25, 2013

great stuff

pjafrombbay

pjafrombbay reviewed v13.0.5 on Sep 21, 2013

Still a great text editor.

Hallway

Hallway reviewed v13.0.0 on Jun 18, 2013

As a paying customer, I expected much more from a "major upgrade" for a shareware text editor. The free Notepad++ does so many things way more properly and easy.

Thumb down, I will not pay again for such a poor overall "upgrade".

pjafrombbay

pjafrombbay reviewed v12.0.8 on Dec 29, 2012

I give very few software products a 5 star rating - EmEditor is one of them. This is the best text editor I have ever used. I don't use "Office" software for word processing, instead I tend to produce HTML documents and save them as a PDF if I need to distribute them. Using EmEditor and its Clip Text feature I have developed my own clip text library that significantly helps this process.

The developer is quite approachable and helpful. He keeps this product up to date with enhancements and bug fixes.

I highly recommend EmEditor.

Regards,
Peter

FatBastard

FatBastard reviewed v10.1.1 on Aug 11, 2011

A very impressive program. I love that it's available in a 64-bit version.

PetePat

PetePat reviewed v10.0.7 on May 31, 2011

After years of searching i finally found THE notepad/text editor. Plethora of features to make it powerful text editor and great speed/stability to make it notepad replacement (maybe even the fastest text editor on the market). It has portable version. If you don't wanna spend money than try notepad++, akelpad or notepad2 but i think this one is well worth the money.

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