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Notepad vs. WordPad: What’s the Difference Between Text Editors?

The vast majority consider Microsoft Word as the standard for composing archives on Windows. Be that as it may, did you realize that each form of Windows really incorporates two other fundamental word processing devices?

Notebook and WordPad regularly go unnoticed, yet they can both prove to be useful for specific purposes. How about we investigate what Notepad and WordPad are for, how they vary, and the best options in contrast to them.

What Is Notepad? 

Scratch pad is Windows' barebones content tool. It's existed in some structure since the beginning of the OS and is about as straightforward as you can get. Open it up and you'll see a plain white page where you can type to your heart's substance.

You won't discover numerous alternatives accessible in Notepad. The File menu contains the standard Open, Save, and Print directions, while Edit has some fundamental apparatuses like find/supplant and seeking with Bing.

Scratch pad's solitary customization alternativ…
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First way
Step 1: Right click on the desktop and from the menu go to New -> Shortcut. Step 2: A Window will pop up, simply type the following command.               shutdown -s -t 60 -c " Funny fake virus!"

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