What do you like best?
i have been using textpad for years. i am using it as both a notepad replacement and a programming tool.
the speed it handles any size document, including search and replace, has to be the most important feature for me.
ease of use is another thing i like about textpad, there is no learning curve.
every basic function is available and many more advanced ones too.
highly recommended for everyone but mainly for beginners.
very modest system requirements.
full trial is available before buying the product.
What do you dislike?
since textpad is probably the first software i install on any new setup, hard for me to think about negatives.
but, for advanced programmers who like automation there are much more advance editors that do safe time, but require a learning time.
could be available on more platforms other than windows.
more languages translation for the user interface would be welcome.
Recommendations to others considering the product
ease of use with enough powerful features for most users.
give it a try, small download and easy to install (or uninstall in case you do not like it)
replace notepad and integrate into windows explorer to easily view or edit any text file.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
on top of writing code, i use textpad to process large text files, such as DB dumps, which is possible thanks to its speed while handling large files and the good search and replace options.
pricing is very reasonable for single or volume licence.