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Microsoft pulls Notepad from the Microsoft Store

betanews Thursday, 5 December 2019
Microsoft announced this week that it won't offer Notepad through the Microsoft Store anymore. Notepad, the default plain text editor on Windows, is included in every version of the operating system. The functionality of the text editor has been improved in recent times; Microsoft added support for text zooming, new shortcuts, improved text wrapping, line endings, and more. New features landed in stable versions of Windows 10 whenever a new feature update was released. Microsoft announced in August 2019 that it would move the text editor to the Microsoft Store to push out updates more frequently. Instead of releasing Notepad… [Continue Reading]
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