This article will explain how NFOpad works. NFOpad is a very small, lightweight and versatile text editor that is ideal for both desktop and Internet use, and supports both Windows and Linux. It is basically a clone of Microsoft's Notepad however with many more features yet retaining the minimalistic design. NFOpad is also great for both written and video content creation and as such it comes highly recommended if you're looking for an editing software that offers a range of features that go beyond those of its competitors.
NFOpad has been designed with two objectives in mind - to provide an excellent editor for both written and video files, and to ensure that NFOpad can be used with other programs such as Microsoft Office. So how does NFOpad work? NFOpad consists of two main elements - a panel which contains a number of buttons arranged in a layout known as the 'stack' and a terminal which contains all the other buttons. The NFOpad user interface is split into several sections - the panel, containing all the commands; the sub-panels containing the various tools and features which NFOpad has to offer; and finally, the editor itself. Using the mouse or keyboard, you can scroll up and down through the stack and enter/exit the terminal.
Although NFOpad does have many of the features of other good text editors, the biggest problem is probably the fact that it doesn't have an application for Linux - but this is easily rectified with a conversion kit such as the open source Freeware XP Accelerator. Regardless, NFOpad is still a very good tool and one of the better options out there for those looking for an easy to use, light weight text editor. If you'd like to see what NFOpad looks like in action, check out its online demo.