Souped-up text editor Notepad++ has a wide array of features for programmers.
Who needs a hard drive? While netbooks proliferate, talk about cloud computing buzzes on, and Microsoft and Google ready their cloud-based app suites, a bevy of lesser known but highly developed 'webtops' are available now. We take a look at the main ones, and offer our opinions. Google Chrome OS and Microsoft Office Web Apps are on their way, but if you can't wait until 2010 to take your desktop into the clouds, these "Webtops" are ready to take you there now, free.
This superb text editor offers powerful features for coding.
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This svelte, intuitive office suite offers the document, spreadsheet, and presentation basics at a nice price.
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Textmaker Viewer is a lightweight, fast, document viewer. It contains no editing functionality, but does allow you to open, search, and copy text from a variety of common document formats.