NoteTab Light 7.2 for Windows

by Fookes Software

Avg. Rating 4.1 (18 votes)

File Details

File Size 2.0 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 3,877
Publisher Fookes Software
Homepage NoteTab Light

Publisher's Description

NoteTab Light is the free Notepad replacement and a handy HTML editor. It is user friendly and feature rich with many innovative productivity tools. Whether you create web pages, write source code, send e-mail, take notes, analyze text, read files, or do anything related to text, you will certainly find it a worthy tool and a great time saver.

Latest Reviews

dhry

dhry reviewed v6.12 on Oct 6, 2009

Free version doesn't show line numbers margin. AYFKM? (cue sound of pacman being eaten by a ghost) Get PSPad or Notepad2 instead. If you must pay for a text editor, get UltraEdit.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v4.951 on Oct 25, 2005

I like TextPad better but it's not free. I guess I'll just have to figure out how to run macros & edit your autoreplace feature. Why can't I lose the apparently permanent window on left??. Thanks

zik

zik reviewed v4.92 on Jan 7, 2003

I've used notetab for some years, i still have version 2.63e (called super notetab), it's has some nice features... but what i really wanted to see is regular expressions on notetab lite, i can't pay for the pro version, and regexp's are everything..

jungle!

jungle! reviewed v4.91 on Sep 15, 2002

NoteTab Lite 4.9 is the best program by far in its class given the amount of options allocated to any freeware text editor. There is no other freeware program that is quite as configureable either. I have been using NT lite for the past year or so, and all of the releases I have used have never crashed, stalled, failed or lost any data. For most of the small work on my websites, I use this app, as the configureable HTML clips make editing a breeze. The only thing really that the freeware version does not have is syntax highlighting, but compared to all the others out there, it is leaps ahead in features.

fookes

fookes reviewed v4.9 on Jun 17, 2002

As the author of NoteTab, I can't resist responding to the review from Palomino. It's just completely untrue. Not only have I _never_ removed existing features from NoteTab Light, but I've even added a major feature that used to be only part of the pay version -- Clip scripts.

--Eric Fookes

Palomino

Palomino reviewed v4.90 Beta on May 29, 2002

I have been using NoteTab Light for many years. Slowly, over the years, Fookes has continually stripped features from the freeware version; I guess not enough people were buying the Pro version. Since the program loses features on every update, why should I update again? I'm not going to.

Avg. Rating 4.1 (18 votes)
Your Rating
dhry

dhry reviewed v6.12 on Oct 6, 2009

Free version doesn't show line numbers margin. AYFKM? (cue sound of pacman being eaten by a ghost) Get PSPad or Notepad2 instead. If you must pay for a text editor, get UltraEdit.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v4.951 on Oct 25, 2005

I like TextPad better but it's not free. I guess I'll just have to figure out how to run macros & edit your autoreplace feature. Why can't I lose the apparently permanent window on left??. Thanks

zik

zik reviewed v4.92 on Jan 7, 2003

I've used notetab for some years, i still have version 2.63e (called super notetab), it's has some nice features... but what i really wanted to see is regular expressions on notetab lite, i can't pay for the pro version, and regexp's are everything..

jungle!

jungle! reviewed v4.91 on Sep 15, 2002

NoteTab Lite 4.9 is the best program by far in its class given the amount of options allocated to any freeware text editor. There is no other freeware program that is quite as configureable either. I have been using NT lite for the past year or so, and all of the releases I have used have never crashed, stalled, failed or lost any data. For most of the small work on my websites, I use this app, as the configureable HTML clips make editing a breeze. The only thing really that the freeware version does not have is syntax highlighting, but compared to all the others out there, it is leaps ahead in features.

fookes

fookes reviewed v4.9 on Jun 17, 2002

As the author of NoteTab, I can't resist responding to the review from Palomino. It's just completely untrue. Not only have I _never_ removed existing features from NoteTab Light, but I've even added a major feature that used to be only part of the pay version -- Clip scripts.

--Eric Fookes

Palomino

Palomino reviewed v4.90 Beta on May 29, 2002

I have been using NoteTab Light for many years. Slowly, over the years, Fookes has continually stripped features from the freeware version; I guess not enough people were buying the Pro version. Since the program loses features on every update, why should I update again? I'm not going to.

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