TED Notepad 6.1.1 Beta for Windows

by Juraj Simlovic

Avg. Rating 4.6 (75 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.2 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 7,739
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?

dhry

dhry reviewed v5.4.2 on Jul 18, 2009

Dealbreaker: it doesn't have a line-number margin. Just get Notepad2 instead - starts just as fast, has code-folding, and is also free. http://code.kliu.org/misc/notepad2/

elioth.37

elioth.37 reviewed v5.4.2 on Jun 25, 2009

Thnks for this nifty little utility.. The thing I like most about this editor is how darn fast it starts. Faster than notepad. I would recommend everyone to try this editor themselves. I was nicely supprised myself when I started to browse thruough its menus.

shamas

shamas reviewed v5.3.1 Beta on Dec 19, 2008

Great alternative to Notepad and other text editors... I still haven't found one that will let you select text and have a right-click menu option to add a suffix and/or prefix to said selected text. Also the option to save said suffix/prefix selections. =)

If anyone can tell me of an app that does this, please let me know. nshamas@gmail.com

McAleck

McAleck reviewed v5.3.1 Beta on Jun 26, 2008

well, so much for that rumor. :(

kewwinn

kewwinn reviewed v5.3.1 Beta on Aug 14, 2007

Rumors spread slowly, that jsimlo is already writting that brand new edit control for his TED Notepad. And as he said a long time ago, when he finally writes one, it will be worth it:

Syntaxt highlighting, text marking, text folding, brace matching, block selection, block editing and moving, bookmarks, split window, unlimited undo/redo, drag&drop editing, ... Ahh, just can't wait for it already.. :))))

McAleck

McAleck reviewed v5.0.3 on Apr 13, 2007

no drag & drop, undo only once, plenty of room for improvement. three

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!

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.

_jaz_

_jaz_ reviewed v4.5.2 on Mar 29, 2006

Another Vote for this program. It is not meant to be a "do it all" editor (PSPad, PN (programmer's notepad), UltraEdit...).

It is a notepad replacement: a fast, simple enough, and filled with the utilities necessary to manipulate *text*.

I have both, PSPad and this one. Tex notepad replaced "editor2" (from xplorer2). I use PSPad mostly for its HEX editor, and Tex notepad to replace text, change UNIX/DOS format, or simply view a txt.

I don't understand the people rating it so low either.

Avg. Rating 4.6 (75 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?

dhry

dhry reviewed v5.4.2 on Jul 18, 2009

Dealbreaker: it doesn't have a line-number margin. Just get Notepad2 instead - starts just as fast, has code-folding, and is also free. http://code.kliu.org/misc/notepad2/

elioth.37

elioth.37 reviewed v5.4.2 on Jun 25, 2009

Thnks for this nifty little utility.. The thing I like most about this editor is how darn fast it starts. Faster than notepad. I would recommend everyone to try this editor themselves. I was nicely supprised myself when I started to browse thruough its menus.

shamas

shamas reviewed v5.3.1 Beta on Dec 19, 2008

Great alternative to Notepad and other text editors... I still haven't found one that will let you select text and have a right-click menu option to add a suffix and/or prefix to said selected text. Also the option to save said suffix/prefix selections. =)

If anyone can tell me of an app that does this, please let me know. nshamas@gmail.com

McAleck

McAleck reviewed v5.3.1 Beta on Jun 26, 2008

well, so much for that rumor. :(

kewwinn

kewwinn reviewed v5.3.1 Beta on Aug 14, 2007

Rumors spread slowly, that jsimlo is already writting that brand new edit control for his TED Notepad. And as he said a long time ago, when he finally writes one, it will be worth it:

Syntaxt highlighting, text marking, text folding, brace matching, block selection, block editing and moving, bookmarks, split window, unlimited undo/redo, drag&drop editing, ... Ahh, just can't wait for it already.. :))))

McAleck

McAleck reviewed v5.0.3 on Apr 13, 2007

no drag & drop, undo only once, plenty of room for improvement. three

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!

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.

_jaz_

_jaz_ reviewed v4.5.2 on Mar 29, 2006

Another Vote for this program. It is not meant to be a "do it all" editor (PSPad, PN (programmer's notepad), UltraEdit...).

It is a notepad replacement: a fast, simple enough, and filled with the utilities necessary to manipulate *text*.

I have both, PSPad and this one. Tex notepad replaced "editor2" (from xplorer2). I use PSPad mostly for its HEX editor, and Tex notepad to replace text, change UNIX/DOS format, or simply view a txt.

I don't understand the people rating it so low either.

zik

zik reviewed v4.5.2 on Mar 29, 2006

This is the best replacement for notepad i have ever seen, it does what it is supposed to do, replace notepad, not replace a complete (insert your fav comp lang here) editor.
It has tons of features packed in a tiny executable, personally i replaced the default notepad on my system, altough the installer does a backup copy of the original.

shantanu

shantanu reviewed v4.5.2 on Mar 29, 2006

Very light, very efficient, does the job of replacing notepad very efficiently, especially the "extended replace", and may other features too!

People below, rate the actual software, not the "lipstick/makeup" part of the software like the installer name.

Mark Gillespie

Mark Gillespie reviewed v4.5.2 on Mar 29, 2006

Mediocre notpad replacement.

Try PSPad for easilly the best notepad replacement...

thequantox

thequantox reviewed v4.5.2 on Mar 29, 2006

I second your comments and views, twosheds

twosheds

twosheds reviewed v4.5.2 on Mar 29, 2006

Bizarre installer. If you do not select to completely substitute Windows Notepad for it, the Start Menu entry contains an uninstall link and a website link but no link to the application! So I tried an 'Open With...' by right-clicking a text-file and had a look in the Program folders in the 'open' dialogue but there's no entry beginning with 'Ted', and I can't even find it by guesswork! Sorry , but it's sheer arrogance to assume that Notepad (simple, but a reliable workhorse)will be replaced by the end-user before even TRYING out 'Ted Notepad'.

I also note that 'tnp452le_uni.exe' has to be one of the obscurest and most uninformative names for an installer download I have ever seen.

Wants a LOT of polishing. Uninstalled.

EDIT:
shantanu - I would LOVE to rate the software itself, if only I could find it! (see above)

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