Business Software Word Processing TED Notepad for Windows 9x/Me

TED Notepad for Windows 9x/Me 6.1.1 Beta for Windows

by Juraj Simlovic

Avg. Rating 4.7 (36 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.2 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 9x/Me
Date Added
Total Downloads 2,282
Publisher Juraj Simlovic
Homepage TED Notepad
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

TED Notepad is a free light-weight notepad alternative.

It offers 352 text-processing functions, innovative features and timesaving tools. All of them on hotkeys; all designed for quick and advanced editing. It is portable and loads instantly with no installation required.

Get ready for a swiss-army-knife notepad alternative for free: small and simple, yet full of ready features, combinations, enhancements and tools. You'll never learn them all. Don't type, ted-it!

Latest Reviews

kewwinn

kewwinn reviewed v6.0.1 Beta on Nov 30, 2011

So what's new?

Regular Expressions. Search Bar. Line numbers. Multi-level Undo and Redo. Font/background color. Auto-recognition of UTF-8. Copy/Paste by mouse. Triple/Quad-click selecting. Tools like Shuffle Lines, Fun Case, Extract Words. Full support for binary files. Faster even on large files. Very long lines. And more. Overwrite mode. And more And more, and more..

Impressive update, don't you think?

boonx

boonx reviewed v5.4.1 on Apr 30, 2009

It includes features such as automatic completion of words, text statistics, multiple clipboard at your disposal, Favorites menu, and recent files and more.
http://www.tech-talks.co...itor-to-replace-notepad/

jerry4dos

jerry4dos reviewed v5.3.1 Beta on Jul 16, 2008

Doesn't work in Win95-B. Too bad -- it has some nice features.

bobad

bobad reviewed v5.0.2 on Nov 15, 2006

Excellent text editor. It's small, light, and fast. Very good collection of logical keyboard shortcuts.

There is an issue with the INI file. I can not make TedPad write to an INI file, which can be a problem for portability. Also there is a "Filters" file that makes things inconvenient. I wish the text filters were coded into the EXE file. I also wish TedPad were zipped instead of bundled into an install file, and had transparency for XP and Vista. A trash filter for killing ASCII characters above 127 (Like BDV Notepad)would be nice as well.

TedPad definately has some shortcomings, but more than makes up for them with good solid features and performance. Give it a 4.5!

kewwinn

kewwinn reviewed v5.0.2 on Nov 15, 2006

In the past two years I have suggested 5 new features, all of them were implemnted within a few months top for the group of testers and they are all available for public now.. This editor is trully the most growing one in its category. Small but powerful.

Get ready for a simple text editor, yet full of new features and text tools - you will never learn them all. Don't type, ted it!

adamlau

adamlau reviewed v5.0.2 on Nov 15, 2006

I'll stick with the venerable, middleweight EditPlus 2.30.x for now. And if I need to go lightweight, Radsoft's XPT simply cannot be beat, with a number of useful text editors clocking in at right around 9KB apiece.

kewwinn

kewwinn reviewed v4.5.3 on Jun 15, 2006

Ah, here it is, an ultimate notepad replacement.. :)

I am a tester of this TED Notepad and gotta say, the prepared version 5 will be even more better: Simply copying words from lines above instead of endless copy/pasting, secondary search and find selected, portable configs in an .ini file, .. Quite a revolutionary things in a text editor. See http://jsimlo.sk/notepad/next.php

Oh, but, for now, version 4.5.3 seems to have an improved installer, that may solve all the problems with installation described by twosheds before.
I think the installer is not a no.1 priority to this project. Personally, I prefer a ZIP package with files only (the exe file and the extensive manual), downloadable from the homapage anyway.

Avg. Rating 4.7 (36 votes)
Your Rating
kewwinn

kewwinn reviewed v6.0.1 Beta on Nov 30, 2011

So what's new?

Regular Expressions. Search Bar. Line numbers. Multi-level Undo and Redo. Font/background color. Auto-recognition of UTF-8. Copy/Paste by mouse. Triple/Quad-click selecting. Tools like Shuffle Lines, Fun Case, Extract Words. Full support for binary files. Faster even on large files. Very long lines. And more. Overwrite mode. And more And more, and more..

Impressive update, don't you think?

boonx

boonx reviewed v5.4.1 on Apr 30, 2009

It includes features such as automatic completion of words, text statistics, multiple clipboard at your disposal, Favorites menu, and recent files and more.
http://www.tech-talks.co...itor-to-replace-notepad/

jerry4dos

jerry4dos reviewed v5.3.1 Beta on Jul 16, 2008

Doesn't work in Win95-B. Too bad -- it has some nice features.

bobad

bobad reviewed v5.0.2 on Nov 15, 2006

Excellent text editor. It's small, light, and fast. Very good collection of logical keyboard shortcuts.

There is an issue with the INI file. I can not make TedPad write to an INI file, which can be a problem for portability. Also there is a "Filters" file that makes things inconvenient. I wish the text filters were coded into the EXE file. I also wish TedPad were zipped instead of bundled into an install file, and had transparency for XP and Vista. A trash filter for killing ASCII characters above 127 (Like BDV Notepad)would be nice as well.

TedPad definately has some shortcomings, but more than makes up for them with good solid features and performance. Give it a 4.5!

kewwinn

kewwinn reviewed v5.0.2 on Nov 15, 2006

In the past two years I have suggested 5 new features, all of them were implemnted within a few months top for the group of testers and they are all available for public now.. This editor is trully the most growing one in its category. Small but powerful.

Get ready for a simple text editor, yet full of new features and text tools - you will never learn them all. Don't type, ted it!

adamlau

adamlau reviewed v5.0.2 on Nov 15, 2006

I'll stick with the venerable, middleweight EditPlus 2.30.x for now. And if I need to go lightweight, Radsoft's XPT simply cannot be beat, with a number of useful text editors clocking in at right around 9KB apiece.

kewwinn

kewwinn reviewed v4.5.3 on Jun 15, 2006

Ah, here it is, an ultimate notepad replacement.. :)

I am a tester of this TED Notepad and gotta say, the prepared version 5 will be even more better: Simply copying words from lines above instead of endless copy/pasting, secondary search and find selected, portable configs in an .ini file, .. Quite a revolutionary things in a text editor. See http://jsimlo.sk/notepad/next.php

Oh, but, for now, version 4.5.3 seems to have an improved installer, that may solve all the problems with installation described by twosheds before.
I think the installer is not a no.1 priority to this project. Personally, I prefer a ZIP package with files only (the exe file and the extensive manual), downloadable from the homapage anyway.

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