Rather unique name for a great free program, I would say. It isn't everyday that you'd hear someone shouting out "Jarte", unless of course, you were in Spain or even elsewhere (in similarity). But that aside, what this program basically offers you is pretty much the same features from that of a more well-known program, WordPad. Basic yet somewhat comprehensive features that are beneficial to one who's looking to type out documents, or whatever their purpose may be is what Jarte provides to the user, and in classy-looking fashion.
Exactly how does Jarte make more of a better program than WordPad you may ask? Well, firstly, there's the convinience of tabbing involved, and I'm quite the multi-tasker so that is, in my opinion, a great advantage that makes this program worth having and trying if all you're looking to do is type out all-words/numbers. I've been using this for quite a while, and ever since I started using it on day one, I haven't been disappointed with it whatsoever since it gives me what I need, or may be curious about - those being a Spell Check, Thesaurus, and a Word Count tool, just to name a few.
I mean, after sitting there at the computer for hours and hours, just typing to no end - who wouldn't like to know exactly how much of this and that they have created (in terms of words, characters, spaces, and whatnot)? Jarte, for a better experience, provides the user with not only features mentioned, but also the convenience of being able to run this program directly from a flash drive, in case if ever necessary (such as if you're running it from another computer). However - yep, you guessed it - it's the "too good to be true" scenario - that being that the only thing that keeps this program from being absolutely brilliant/perfect is its non-presence of the well-known misspelling symbol under misspelled words.
Fact of the matter is, people may tend to submit an important document piece (such as school work) with a couple of misspells here and there, without even knowing it (that is if they were too lazy to use the Spell Check tool). But ultimately, if you're looking for a sense of simplicity out of nowaday available word processors, then look no further! Oh, and did I mention that it's free?