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Turn Your Web Browser Into A Notepad Without Any Add On

Today I am introducing a very simple trick that lets you know how to turn your web browser into a quick-edit Notepad. It comes in handy when you want to quickly note down a few notes while surfing the internet. Here is how it is.


This tricks works with Chrome and Firefox browser (it may not work with Internet Explorer). Only you need to type the following code into the browser's URL bar and press the Enter key.

data:text/html, <html contenteditable>

This turns your browser into a blank HTML page with editable content.  Just type your note and your web browser will save your note as an html file.

Note: You can save this code as bookmark, so you can quickly access your Notepad whenever you need it.

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