Any Linux user will tell you that a good text editor is a vital component of a computer system, no matter if you’re a new user or a seasoned pro. While using a Terminal text editor (like nano or vim) is equally important, you might as well make use of your graphical desktop environment whenever it’s available to you.
Try out a simple word processor for Mac. Maybe you’re unwilling to fork out the funds for Apple’s Pages or Microsoft’s Word. Maybe you’re looking for something lightweight and speedy? Or maybe you just like the idea of using simple software to get things done. Whatever your reason, Bean is a great alternative word processor for Mac users everywhere. Bean is not a full-fledged replacement for Word or Pages – software it claims “try to be all things to all people”.
Windows’ Notepad is one of the first accessories that I learned to use on my Windows 98 machine. Notepad is possibly the most simple and easy-to-use application that ships with Windows still today, and it’s tough to pick at any of the features or functionality. It is the most-used text editor in the world and […]
When it comes to using a simple text editor, Apple’s TextEdit application feels outdated for me. It seems like Apple has forgotten about it while other third-party developers have gone on to produce more advanced text editors that work seamlessly across Mac and mobile platforms. One such example is the distraction free writing program, WriteRoom ($9.99), developed by HogBaySoftware.