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Windows’ 30-year Older Notepad Program comes to Microsoft Store with new Attributes

Last updated on April 19, 2020

The majority of us are conscious of the Notepad program that’s been available in Windows operating systems because years today. Until today, the program was seen within the OS but now consumers will view it on Microsoft Store also. It’s now back with brand new capabilities.

“Notepad has become the quick and easy text editor on Windows for more than 30 decades, and today it is available from the Microsoft Store! View, edit, and search via simple text files and source code documents immediately,” says the description of this program on the Microsoft Store.

Even though it remains as the no-nonsense program, a number of these new features it’s is the capability to edit text-based documents and source code’immediately’, more choices to customize the perspective and the capability to store several encodings such as UTF-8, UTF-16, and ANSI.

Since seen by Beta news site, the brand new Notepad program includes a revamped find/replace performance. The company has added the choice to perform wrap-around find/replace along with the program will even recall previously entered values as well as the condition of checkboxes therefore that it could automatically populate the next time you start the find dialog. “Also, when you have text selected and start the find dialogue we’ll automatically populate the search area with the chosen text”

Along with this, the program now gets choices to make it fast and simple to zoom text.

Last, the Notepad now reveals lines and column amounts when word wrapping I allowed. All this comes along with some other minor developments.