I personally use notepad++
Text editors come in all many different forms, but at their hearts they all do the same thing - allow you to edit files that are composed of straight forward, everyday text. HTML & CSS files are like this, their contents are simply plain text.
I've used many different text editors. Each have their own useful features. But they all pretty much do the same thing and that's write text to a file. On windows I use Notepad++ because it's powerful and pretty low resource. On linux I've always used gedit it works and it's always there. I've never gotten used to vim or emacs. They may be powerful but they aren't the most user friendly.
I have windows on my pc and ubuntu on my laptop and media station. So I ll be trying out the notepad, I also got a trial version of dreamweaver, so I ll be checking it out
I have Kompozer on my laptop and PC too, I have given it a little bit of a go and I think its easy as to use