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Q10 – the word processing freeware for writers


Q10 is a freeware word processing program which is not designed for you mere mortals. Oh no. This puppy is for us elite, the writers of the world. Those with something important to say. Geddit? Why do I say that? Because it comes with a number of things that you ordinary folk won’t appreciate. Like full screen editing by default. A target word count feature and a timer alarm. To make sure you do your quota no matter what, OK?


What else? Oh yeah, custom autosaving (every paragraph if you like), autocorrections for teh annoying mistakes we all make, and last but certainly not least, dear reader, typewriter sound effects with customisable audio themes. Perfect for the Hemingway deep inside us scribblers all. Awesome. [Via The Raw Feed]

 Q10 is a simple but powerful text editor designed and built with writers in mind. Q10 is freeware. That’s right, you can download and use it at no cost. Q10 is small, fast and keeps out of your way

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


  • Getting this now ….

    • :-)

    • Don't forget to get the supermario sound scheme.

    • I've got Chicago installed. Neat bell at the carriage return. :)

  • Well I've got to *look* like I'm a real writer and it can't be any harder to use than FrameMaker.

  • Hard to see anything it has that OpenOffice hasn't that a writer actually needs.

  • That's the point BritSwedeGuy. It's not what it's got, it's what it hasn't got. Distractions and fluff.

  • I use Bean.

  • Bean is for the Mac. Why would anyone suffer with Windows.

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