Nano is a popular lightweight Text Editor in Linux, Unix, and Windows.
It provides the following features
Show Line Numbers
Buffers to have temporary storage, Support for multiple buffers
Cut, Copy, and Past between buffers
Search and replace using plain and regular expressions
Keyboard-based control command keys
Default available on Linux-based OS
NATO is mostly used as a terminal-based editor for creating or update configuration and scripting files
There are multiple Best GUI Editors free and paid, But Nano is used on a server where we don’t have access to GUI and executes via terminal only.
Is nano editor free?
Nano editor is a free GNU GPL license based on Linux and Unix Operating System. It also supports Windows.