Adapro is a customizable multi-user word processor originally geared towards users with a learning disability or developmental disorder, such as dyslexia or autism. Hence its array of assistive features, including inline representation of words through pictograms, a virtual keypad with configurable phrase buttons, a dyslexia-friendly font, PBDQ, and high-contrast modes. The editing interface can be customized on a per-user basis, and documents produced with it can be exported to RTF for further editing in OpenOffice or other software. If Java 6 is on the system, it doesn't even require installation.
goinedit is a text editor and integrated development environment for developing applications in a range of programming languages. It features an integrated shell terminal, buttons for compiling, executing, and debugging, and support for scripts that can provide configurations for new languages. It includes support for PIC microcontroller programming, using SDCC as the default compiler, and pk2cmd to flash EEPROMs.