I use Komodo at work but I'm actually interested in what others might use too, because the only reason I use Komodo isn't because I like it *that* much but because it's the best for windows that I've found. (Well, and because its what we have licenses for.)
On a daily basis in Komodo, it often locks up at least 3-4 times and I have to kill it. Restarting it is no problem, but then it forgets what all my open files were, so I have to re-open them which is rather annoying. Additionally, it's fairly slow--and I'm using a computer that's only about 6 months old.
The debugger also sometimes seems to forget where my breakpoints are and skips them entirely.
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