MS-DOS Editor
MS-DOS Editor, commonly just called edit, is a character-based text editor that comes with MS-DOS (since version 5) and 32-bit versions of Microsoft Windows. It superseded edlin, the standard editor i...
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PC-Write
PC-Write was a computer word processor and was one of the first three widely popular software products sold via the marketing method that became known as shareware. It was originally written by Bob Wa...
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Lexicon (program)
Lexicon was a text editor / word processor MS-DOS program that was extremely popular in the Soviet Union and Russia at the end of 1980s and in 1990s. Some estimate that Lexicon was illegally installed...
MicroEMACS
MicroEMACS is a small, portable Emacs-like text editor originally written by Dave Conroy in 1985, and further developed and maintained by Daniel M. Lawrence (1958-2010). MicroEMACS has been ported to ...
Brief (text editor)
Brief, BRIEF, or B.R.I.E.F., an acronym for Basic Reconfigurable Interactive Editing Facility, was a popular programmer's text editor in the 1980s and early 1990s, clones are available. It was designe...
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Mined (text editor)
MinEd (pronounced min-ed) is a terminal-based text editor providing extensive Unicode and CJK support, available under the GPL.Mined is available for Unix and Linux, Windows and DOS systems, and is in...
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TheDraw
TheDraw is a text editor for DOS to create ANSI and animations as well as ASCII art. The editor is especially useful to create or modify files in ANSI format and text documents, which use the graphica...
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Epsilon (text editor)
Epsilon is a programmer's text editor modelled after Emacs. It resembles Emacs not only in its default keybindings and layout, but also in the fact that it has a Turing-complete extension language in ...
Edlin
Edlin is a line editor, and the only text editor provided with early versions of MS-DOS. Although superseded in MS-DOS 5.0 and later by the full-screen edit command, and by Notepad in Microsoft Window...
ChiWriter
ChiWriter is a commercial scientific text editor for MS-DOS, created by Cay Horstmann in 1986. It was one of the first WYSIWYG editors that could write mathematical formulas, even on IBM PC XT comput...
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Freemacs
Freemacs is a small, programmable computer text editor for MS-DOS with some degree of compatibility with GNU Emacs. Written by Russ Nelson and later maintained by Jim Hall, Freemacs is currently distr...
The SemWare Editor
The SemWare Editor (TSE) is a text editor computer program for DOS, OS/2, and Windows.Starting in November 1985 as a shareware program called "Qedit" (distinct from other programs of the same name), Q...
JED (text editor)
JED is a text editor that makes extensive use of the S-Lang library. It is highly cross-platform compatible; JED runs on Windows and all flavors on Linux and Unix. Older versions are available for DOS...
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JOVE
JOVE (Jonathan's Own Version of Emacs) is an open-source, Emacs-like text editor, primarily intended for Unix-like operating systems. It also supports MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows. JOVE was inspired b...
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