How to install NotePad++ on Ubuntu Linux

NotePad++ is a free and open source text editor for Windows. It is written in c++ and released under GNU General Public License. It is based on Based editing component Scintilla, Win32 API and STL. But you can still install NotePad++ on your Ubuntu Linux system via the snap store. The snap app comes pre packaged with Wine setup. So the app will run on any Linux system.

NotePad++

You can also try below NotePad++ alternative.

Notepad Next Re implementation of Notepad++

Notepadqq text editor

Install NotePad++ on Ubuntu

Open the terminal command-line application (ctrl+alt+t) and run below NotePad++ snap installation command. It will install the latest version of NotePad++ on your system.

sudo snap install notepad-plus-plus

After the installation you can run the app from the application menu or via below command in the terminal app.

notepad-plus-plus

And you can also uninstall NotePad++ using below command.

sudo snap remove notepad-plus-plus

That’s it.

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