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Thread: Which NFO viewer is the quickest, lightest, has the least footprint, etc?

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    Which NFO utility can correctly display DOS and Unix line endings in NFOs and is the lightest and loads the qui ckest? I usually use notepad since it loads so quick but it can't differentiate between unix and dos files. I am looking for an alternative that loads as quick as notepad for my slow ass computer.
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    I was just going to say DamnNFO too Or notepad, but with "terminal" font.

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    notepad++ has a nice one included.

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    How big & slow could an nfo viewer possibly be?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chewie View Post
    How big & slow could an nfo viewer possibly be?
    Is that in response to NP++?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbucari1 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Chewie View Post
    How big & slow could an nfo viewer possibly be?
    Is that in response to NP++?
    No, it's a question.
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    notepad++ and damn , both works pretty well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chewie View Post
    How big & slow could an nfo viewer possibly be?
    I suppose you could download Microsoft office 2007 and use it to view nfo files if you wanted. This would be a very large and slow nfo viewer.

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