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Wordpad 2009 (RC1) for Windows XP and Vista with Ribbon like user interface

May be you all still remembering my previous post about Windows 7 inspired Ribbon UI Notepad (Notepad 2008) developed by a Deviantart user, here is another, more feature rich application called Wordpad 2009 (RC1) for Windows XP and Vista.

Developed by Solo-Dev, Wordpad 2009 also has ribbon like user interface, like the one available in the upcoming Windows 7 operating system. This new release has more file supports than its previous version.

New Features:
  • Preview of Fonts in Font Selection Box
  • Drag and Dropped text files open in a New tab
  • Drag and Dropped Pictures go in to Active tab
  • New Windows 7 Icons
  • Faster rendering engine
  • More file types supported

The application has no installation required. In XP .NET Framework2 required


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