Windows: Atom, the free text editor from the folks at Github (and one of our favourite text editors), now has an official Windows version. It’s an alpha release, but it brings all of Atom’s features to Windows, including support for the packages that make the tool so extendable.
To use Atom on Windows, you can either download a zip directly (linked below) or install chocolatey (a utility for Windows that’s a lot like Homebrew for OS X or apt-get for Ubuntu) and install it from the command line. The latter approach also makes it easy to install packages and third-party utilities (and Atom updates) as they become available, so it’s the Atom’s team preferred solution. They have instructions on how to do it below.
Beyond that, once installed Atom works like a native Windows application, so it should act like any other program on your system. Hit the link below to grab it and give it a whirl, or head to the main project page to read more about the project.
Hello Windows [Atom Blog]