Jeff Atwood posts about applets that ship with the Windows OS, and suggests:...isn't the fit and finish of little applets like these-- Notepad, Calculator, Character Map, Paint, Disk Cleanup,
Compressed Folders, and dozens of others-- indicative of the care and design that goes into the entire operating system? If Microsoft can't
be bothered to bundle a version of Notepad that has basic amenities like a toolbar, what hope does the rest of the operating system have?
Hear hear. Jeff makes a fair point here. Why do I have to replace Notepad on every Windows system I have, not because I'm super-picky...