Popular text/code editor Notepad is about to land on the Microsoft Store. As early as spring 2018, the unofficial Notepad, which appeared on the Microsoft Store, was removed after discovery. Now there is the unofficial Notepad, and it has been updated to version 7.8.1, only a small version lower than the official version (v7.8.2).
In the application description, it reads:
Notepad is not only an excellent notes application, but also supports a variety of programming languages and is popular with developers around the world. Notepad is a free source code editor and is an alternative to Notepad that supports a variety of programming languages. The app can run in a Microsoft Windows environment and use GPL license constraints.
Based on the powerful editing component Scintilla, Notepad , written in C, and using pure Win32 API and STL, ensures higher execution speeds and smaller program sizes. By optimizing as many routines as possible without losing user-friendliness, Notepad s attempts to reduce the world’s CARBON dioxide emissions. When using less CPU power, pCs can contribute to environmental protection by reducing speed and power consumption.