You can reset Notepad Window Position and Size in Windows 10 to its default on the primary display. Notepad is a basic editing software that comes with Windows since very first versions. The app saves its last open window position and size when you close it.
Fix missing Notepad after installing KB4565503 Windows 10 build 19041.388, version 2004
Yesterday, Microsoft has released KB4565503 to Windows 10 version 2004. Users who have installed the update now report that it made Notepad and Paint vanish from the OS. If you are affected, a workaround is quite simple.
If you remember, Microsoft had first added Notepad to the Store, and made it an optional feature in Windows 10, but later had made announcement that the change wouldn't be pushed to consumers, leaving Notepad bundled as a regular Win32 app in the OS. However, this has changed again.
Microsoft pulls Notepad from the Store, making it a bundled app again. Microsoft was about to update it independently from the OS, but this plan has been cancelled.
How to Install or Uninstall Notepad in Windows 10
In recent versions, Windows 10 includes Notepad in the list of optional features, in addition to both Paint and WordPad apps listed on the same page in Settings. This means that you can easily uninstall and remove Notepad from the OS. Here's how to uninstall Notepad in Windows 10.
Starting with Windows 10 20H1, the classic Notepad app has got a new home on the Microsoft Store. Microsoft is going to update it independently from the core OS image by turning it into a standalone Store app.
Notepad is a simple text editor for Microsoft Windows. It has been included in all versions of Microsoft Windows since Windows 1.0 in 1985. While Microsoft hasn’t updated Notepad for years, Windows 10 Build 17713 features some highly requested changes.
Notepad is one of the classic Windows apps that Microsoft updates rarely. Starting in Windows 10 Build 17666, Microsoft has made a number of improvement to the app. It now recognizes Unix line endings, so you can view and edit Unix/Linux files with Notepad. Another change made to the app is the ability to quickly search for the selected text with Bing. Here is how to use it.
Notepad is one of the classic Windows apps that Microsoft updates rarely. Starting in Windows 10 Build 17661, Microsoft has made one improvement to the app. It now recognizes Unix line endings, so you can view and edit Unix/Linux files with Notepad. There’s a chance that this new behavior may not work for your scenarios, or you may prefer to disable this new behavior and return to Notepad’s original behavior. Here is how.
Notepad is one of the classic Windows apps that Microsoft updates rarely. The last time it was updated was with Windows 2000, almost 20 years ago, with the ability to use hotkeys and Unicode support. Now, in Windows 10 Build 17661, Microsoft has made one silent improvement to the app. It now recognizes Unix line endings.