What is KEDIT?
KEDIT is a text editor that can be used for programming (coding), document creation, note-taking, and so forth. KEDIT runs only on Windows computers, though: it is compatible with Windows 8/8.1, 7, Vista and XP, and will run on both the 32-bit and 64-bit editions of these operating systems.
Although KEDIT can be used for editing documents other than program files, as mentioned above, it does have a number of features that are geared towards programmers. For example, the software has a configurable syntax coloring feature as well as support for the language addition, if the user wants to use it to edit code in a language not already supported “out-of-the-box”. Being based on XEDIT, KEDIT also supports all the basic XEDIT features, including the XEDIT command set.
KEDIT is macro-friendly and has a configurable interface. The user can work with the visual interface or operate the program from the command line version. It has columnar layout utilities and the ability to run multiple documents in the same window in split views for maximum productivity or comparative viewing. The program is no longer being upgraded by its developers, however.
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