How to Replace the Notepad in Windows XP?

Answer Microsoft Windows Notepad is a free program that comes with all Windows systems. Notepad is a small text editor that allows users to write notes to themselves and save them in a common text format ... Read More »

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How to Replace A Slow Windows Notepad?

Windows Notepad is a small text editor that is built in to the Microsoft Windows operating system. It is the default program assigned to open and edit TXT files. Although Notepad is useful, it is o... Read More »

How to Add an "Open With Notepad As Administrator" Shortcut to the Context Menu in Windows 7 and Windows Vista?

In Windows Vista and Windows 7, when you double-click a text file which is located in a protected system folder (like the "Program Files" folder) or one of its subfolders, you'll notice that you ca... Read More »

How to Change the Default Font on Windows Notepad?

Tired of the same old font on Windows Notepad? Here's how to change the default settings.

Where do I find Windows Notepad on my computer?

You can find Windows Notepad by accessing the "Start" menu and looking under "All Programs" in XP or "Programs" in Vista. It's under "Accessories". For Windows 7, click the "Start" button and searc... Read More »