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There are many text editors out there. You’ve already heard of most of them. Here’s one you probably haven’t heard of. SlickEdit, the sole product of a company by the same name, is an editor that is focused on only one thing: writing code. This is a tool for professionals with a feature set—and price—to match.

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Be a Professional Coder with UltraEdit

The cool kids ask everyone “Emacs or Vim?” whenever the topic of text editors comes up. Windows-users can also choose Notepad++ as well as other text editors. One feature-rich Windows-exclusive text editor that gets passed over is UltraEdit, by IDM Computer Solutions, Incorporated. In order to give a better review, I have written this article using UltraEdit.

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The light-weight mark-up language of choice is Markdown. In this review, I focus on a specialized text editor that’s based on Markdown. That editor is MarkdownPad by Evan Wondrasek.

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In these days of more, more and even more, isn’t it sometimes refreshing to have less and less and less? I refer to distractions. While you’re trying to concentrate on writing that next best–seller a million and one things are vying for your attention; Email notifications, Windows Updates, Tweets, FaceBook updates, BaseCamp notifications, whatever it might be, it wants you to read it right.this.instant.

This is where a full screen editor like Q10 comes in; turn off those notifications, disconnect the internet(!), fire up the app and relax a little… You now have a distraction free space to get some writing done. I used it to compose this article, should you give it a go too?

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