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Step by Step Guide to Downloading Atom.io on Windows 10


Atom is a free and open-source text editor developed by GitHub. It is available on macOS, Windows, and Linux. We can customize it to do anything we like to do. It can also be used as a source code editor. However, despite its official sunset, there is still a way to download Atom Editor.


Besides this, we can also add some additional features with a plug-in written in Node.js. In this article, we will discuss; how to download and install Atom Editor on Windows 11. You can also check our guide on; how to install Sublime Text 4 on Windows 11.




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Step 1: Open any browser, search for Atom Editor, and open the link from atom.io. It will redirect you to the GitHub repository. Here, you will get all the information and features about the Atom Editor.


Download the zip file by official website of Atom by simply pasting the link the browser's search bar. The downloaded file will be an archived file (.zip) which needs to be extracted in order to install Atom. Use the following command to extract the archived file.


When you manually download and extract the zip file you need to run apm install in the package's directory afterwards to pull in any dependencies. This will download all dependencies and place them in the node_modules folder and recursively pulls in their dependencies as well. Since this is not possible in your environment, you'll have to do that manually.


Step 1 - Download Atom.ioI downloaded the deb installer direct from Atom's Github releases page. You'll need to use the correct flags in your curl command in order to handle the inevitable redirects :: le sigh ::


After the GitHub graciously shut down the atom.io and basically killed Atom altogether (to create some incentive for the developers who enjoyed Atom to migrate to VSCode, I guess), there is no more way to download packages for Atom.


Styri is a colorful and intuitive syntax theme for Atom. It has got a number of downloads because of its elegant styles, syntax highlighting, and perfectly chosen colors. It is a modern and cool theme for atom editor.


We are constantly working on the editor and maintain both a rolling release and regular release model for our binaries. You can find out more about the difference and download a binary of Pulsar by following this linkopen in new window and following the instructions.


How to download and install Atom IDE on Windows 10


How to download Atom text editor for Mac OS X


How to download AtomSetup.exe or AtomSetup-x64.exe from GitHub


How to update Atom to the latest version automatically


How to download atom-windows.zip or atom-x64-windows.zip from the releases page


How to install Atom packages and themes from atom.io


How to use Atom as a code editor for web development


How to configure Atom settings and preferences


How to uninstall Atom from your computer


How to download and use Atom Beta or Atom Nightly


How to install Atom on Linux (Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, etc.)


How to download and install atom-terminal package for Atom


How to download and install atom-beautify package for Atom


How to download and install atom-live-server package for Atom


How to download and install atom-python-run package for Atom


How to download and install atom-runner package for Atom


How to download and install atom-typescript package for Atom


How to download and install atom-html-preview package for Atom


How to download and install atom-material-ui theme for Atom


How to download and install atom-dark-syntax theme for Atom


How to download and install atom-minimap package for Atom


How to download and install atom-autocomplete-plus package for Atom


How to download and install atom-linter package for Atom


How to download and install atom-markdown-preview package for Atom


How to download and install atom-script package for Atom


How to download and install atom-latex package for Atom


How to download and install atom-clock package for Atom


How to download and install atom-file-icons package for Atom


How to download and install atom-pigments package for Atom


How to download and install atom-git-plus package for Atom


How to download and install atom-jsonlint package for Atom


How to download and install atom-jshint package for Atom


How to download and install atom-css-comb package for Atom


How to download and install atom-sass package for Atom


How to download and install atom-react package for Atom


How to download and install atom-vue package for Atom


How to download and install atom-angular package for Atom


How to download and install atom-php-cs-fixer package for Atom


How to download and install atom-ruby-test package for Atom


How to download and install atom-django package for Atom


How to download and install atom-flutter package for Atom


How to download and install atom-java-importer package for Atom


How to download and install atom-csharp package for Atom


How to download and install atom-go-plus package for Atom


How to download and install atom-rust-lang package for Atom


How to download and install atom-swift package for Atom


How to download and install atom-kotlin-language package for Atom


How to download and install atom-r-package for Atom


How to download and install atom-matlab-package for Atom


We are looking to support distro repositories such as Debian/Ubuntu repos, Fedora, Snap, Flatpak, Arch/AUR etc. but we need to get to a good point with a stable release before we instigate that so for now the downloadable binaries are the main supported downloads.


Currently searching and downloading from the package repositoryopen in new window is fully functional but other functions for maintaining packages such as publishing/updating/deleting are in beta. Feel free to publish and update your packages, but if you experience any issues please feel free to report this to the Pulsar Team.


The Atom Text Editor is a very simple text editor that you can use to code pretty much anything you want. It is also very customizable letting you change every aspect of the text editor via some simple configuration files. We use this for editing config files and HTML files in addition to CSS. However, Atom is completely compatible with everything from PHP to Phython to Javascript. So, without anymore delay, let's go ahead and learn how to download and install the Atom Text Editor!


The first thing you need to is download Atom. You can find the download link for Atom at the button above. You can also click here to get too the Atom download page. Once you are on the download page, just click the yellow download button. The Atom installer will then download.


With it downloaded, we can now go over how to install Atom in order for you to start coding with it. Start of by double-clicking to open the setup file you downloaded. Atom will then start installing automatically. It really is that simple. Once it is finished, Atom will open.


You can even change the accent colors in theme settings and choose theme variants to say Dark or light. The theme is built by taking inspiration from the Sublime Text theme by Mattia Astorino. The two versions of the theme are the Light syntax theme variant and the dark syntax theme variant. To read documentation related to the theme and download it you can refer to the link atom.io/themes/atom-material-ui.


To use the Light default theme you have to choose the Metro Syntax theme. However, the other two themes are easily adaptable to the syntax theme you use. To download and read more about the theme you can check the link atom.io/themes/metro-ui.


It is developed by Zeioth having the profile link as twitter.com/Zeioth. You can check the documentation and download it from the link atom.io/themes/atom-visual-studio-code-ui.


For better results, you can refer to the link atom.io/themes/native-ui. The theme is developed by Ferdinand Vogler having the profile link twitter.com/ferdinandvogler.


The theme is available in two versions: flat background and gradient background. You can also add a background image of your choice and use tooltips. It simply complements the syntax color theme of the code. To download the theme and for more documentation, you can check the link atom.io/themes/isotope-ui.


Usually, the syntax is made for the Java language. You can use the Hack font for coding purposes. You can check the documentation and download it from the link atom.io/themes/atom-eclipse-syntax.


The theme also supports UI improvements and codebase. To get maximum results you should have to use this theme with Seti syntax theme. To download and see the detailed documentation you can refer to the link atom.io/themes/seti-ui.


To download and see the detailed documentation you can refer to the link atom.io/themes/isotope-light-ui. You can even choose a fat/ gradient background, contrast tooltips, and super minimal.


The theme can be configured easily. You can consider it as the best atom UI theme for use. To download and see the detailed documentation you can refer to the link atom.io/themes/jackhammer-syntax.


It is also part of the city lights. You can download the all themes related to city lights from the link citylights.xyz/. You can refer to the link atom.io/themes/city-lights-syntax for more documentation and downloading purposes.


The one inspiring theme is Macrabbit Espresso default highlighting and the other is Soda sublime text2. The theme is a light syntax theme with white background. You can refer to the link for more documentation and downloading purposes.


The simplest way to install Atom in your Linux computer, you can go to and downloading the .deb package for Debian/Ubuntu machines, or .rpm package for Red Hat/CentOS/Fedora/SUSE machines.Then run the following command to install it:- Debian and Ubuntu: (deb)


Installing Atom should be fairly simple. Generally, you can go to and you should see a download button. After finishing download, run the .exe file.This setup program will install Atom, add the atom and apm commands to your PATH, and create shortcuts on the desktop and in the start menu.


Now, it is required to run one last command for the final step of installation of Atom on your Ubuntu system, after which the package manager automatically starts downloading all the necessary files from the repositories you have added and makes the Atom editor run. Below is the final command:


The only caveat with Sublime Text is that it's not open source. While you can download the editor for a free trial, you must pay $99 to continue using it. Despite the catch, it's a good text editor that you should try if you've been a long-term Atom user. Here's how you can install Sublime Text on your Linux machine.


You can also choose to install modules like other Node projects, and then rebuild the modules for Electron with the electron-rebuild package. This module can get the version of Electron and handle the manual steps of downloading headers and building native modules for your app.


The HOME=/.electron-gyp changes where to find development headers. The --target=1.2.3 is version of Electron. The --dist-url=... specifies where to download the headers. The --arch=x64 says the module is built for 64bit system.


  • Atom is a text editor that's obviously designed for coders and programmers with its support for a number of languages and its well thought out layout.Getting started with Atom, you'll see that the application was designed with programmers in mind. The recognition of code and syntax is a good starting point, with the main content of the text in the larger right panel and the optional left panel containing quick links to other files in the project. A project will generally be files contained within a directory. Its dark layout is a nice touch compared to some other editors like Notepad that opt for white by default.When editing a file, Atom can be helpful in many ways, not least because it supports multiple types of syntax, but because the autocomplete utility can make editing files quick and efficient. It supports Python, PHP, C, C , C Sharp, Java, JavaScript and a long list of other commons languages in use. Line numbers and column positions are clearly displayed in the interface to make locating code quick.Some other cool things you can find in Atom are a search tool for finding text inside of files, ability to quickly search and replace regex in multiple files and folders, snippets, multiple panes and code folding.For full customization of the program, the developer mode of Atom editor has a few extra options that were created for customizing the program for specific projects. For example, it has a tool for running a benchmark and debugging; You can opt to use packages, depending on the project which are essentially plugins that add to the functionality of the program like using spellcheck, integration with GitHub or Git Diff, management of brackets in code and a very useful Style Guide that gives users some tools for creating their own packages for Atom.In conclusion, this is a very powerful text editor that supports most types of code that really has a lot of offer anybody from the average hobbyist to more advanced users that dig deep into code for complex projects.Features of Atom EditorAuto-completion: An extensive autocomplete system for every language out there.

  • Autocomplete: Intelligent autocomplete with suggestion provider.

  • Code snippets: Create and share code snippets with other developers.

  • Command palette: Access all Atom commands with a single keystroke.

  • File system browser: Browse and open files with a full-featured file system browser.

  • File system browser: The file tree and fuzzy finder make opening projects and files very simple.

  • Find & replace: Find and replace across multiple files.

  • Git integration: Built-in integration with Git and GitHub.

  • Keyboard shortcuts: Easily access Atom commands with shortcuts.

  • Modular: Highly customizable with themes and packages.

  • Multi-cursor editing: Easily edit multiple pieces of code at once.

  • Multiple panes: Split your workspace into multiple panes to compare and edit code across files.

  • Package manager: There are thousands of plugins created that make Atom amazing.

  • Split panes: Split the Atom workspace into multiple panes.

  • Syntax highlighting: Variety of language-specific syntax highlighting.

Compatibility and LicenseAtom Editor is released under the MIT License for the Windows operating system from text editors. This means you can download, install, run and share the program freely without any restrictions. The source code is also open which means anybody can freely modify this software.


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