offers an approachable method for viewing and editing XML files, similar to working in a common word processor like Notepad.
It does not include complicated settings or configuration options, making it suitable for all types of users, regardless of their previous experience with such apps.
The installation procedure is rapid and does not require special attention. Its interface is quite user-friendly, based on a single window with a regular layout, where you can open XML items using either the file browser or drag-and-drop method.
A tree view displays all items contained by the XML file. Double-clicking an entry enables you to edit its properties when it comes to the node name and text, along with attribute and value.
It is possible to add child nodes and comments, replicate an item from reference, use a search function when dealing with large amounts of data, enable automatic backup mode, as well as to edit program settings when it comes to the editor font, line break, prefix color, and others.
The application does not put a strain on computer performance, since it uses a pretty low quantity of CPU and RAM. It is very responsive to commands and works smoothly, without causing the operating system to hang, crash or pop up error dialogs.
All in all, XML Editor provides users with a simple mode for viewing and editing XML files.