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If you are looking for Win32Pad, you have come to the right place. We explain what Win32Pad is and point you to the official download.

What is Win32Pad?

The Win32Pad is an alternative text editor that considers the demand of programmers by adding features. The software also maintains the file size and performance of the default text editor of Windows even though there is added functionality.

Key features of the text editor include the removal of the memory limitation; file size limited by available memory in the system and not 64K. There are also features such as 32K executable size for the C & win32 API, auto-indent and tab size, standard toolbar and status bar, support for WIN and UNIX file formats, line numbers, file change notification, “Smart” home, “.LOG” file support, and many others.

Wind32Pad is a freeware; it is for personal use as well as commercial as long as the software itself is not sold, and that the software is not allowed to be changed but can be shared, with the courtesy of providing links for the website. The software is developed using C and Win32 API and minimize dependency list using only DLLs in Windows. There were no specific libraries used for the creation of Wind32Pad so as to minimize also the executable file.

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File types supported by Win32Pad

Our users primarily use Win32Pad to open these file types:

About file types supported by Win32Pad

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Last updated: : June 8, 2014