Once done, you will be able to work on your document with the usual options one would expect in a common Notepad, except for the fact that you will be able to work on separate file types in tabs from different development platforms. Therefore, it is worth mentioning here that Devpad aims to combine multiple development platform with tab supports and adds a few additional features like syntax highlighting and line numbering, which can be useful for develoeprs to single out important areas of the code.
You can also import existing documents from supported formats (e.g. HTML, PHP, XMl, etc) from the Open button on the top toolbar or from File –> Open. Other than the common cut, copy, paste, undo, redo options on the toolbar, you can also click Print button to print your files. In case you wish to view the code with fewer objects, you can disable the top toolbar and status bar from View menu.
Devpad works on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7, provided you have .Net Framework 4.0.