Do you read a lot of texts from the screen? Did you stop filling your home library with new books after you've discovered the Project Gutenberg website and other sources of free books in electronic form? Then you might consider using Tom's eTextReader instead of an ordinary text editor. Tom's eTextReader is a text file viewer that presents plain text in a book-style form. It can read text and zipped text files as well as save and open files in its own file format, .etr. The program shows two pages of text at any given time, and you can easily navigate to a specified page or one/two/ten pages back or forward. The fonts and their sizes are customizable as well as the background/text colors - that way you'll keep your eyes less tired compared to a plain text editor with no choice of fonts and colors.
The program also features shortcuts: you can set up to three bookmarks for each text file and jump directly to the page where you stopped reading last time using bookmark buttons. Download this free program today and read e-books as if they were custom-bound and printed.