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    I'm watching a tutorial on something, and the guy uses TextEdit. What's the equivalent on a PC, notepad? Thanks.


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    Notepad is not the equivalent; WordPad is. TextEdit, like WordPad, has support for Rich Text formatting and is a relatively poor choice for editing plain text.

    But yes, use NotePad++ or Sublime 2 instead. Both are excellent editors.
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    Notepad++ or Gedit
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    I would download SublimeText. It's very simple, but gives you all the advanced capabilities of better text editors. Also, it's free.
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    Notepad is fine. TextEdit is just for writing and coding really.
 
 
 

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