Breeze is a 1990s PC/MS-DOS text editor/word processor released as shareware. Later there was also a Windows version.
Files were basically plain text, in the MS-DOS encodings (basically ASCII with some platform-specific characters supplementing the normal ones). CR+LF (0x0D, 0x0A) were used to break lines (including automatically-added line breaks when text exceeds an 80-column line), and a few embedded control characters were used to mark bold (begin 0x06, end 0x05), italic (begin 0x10, end 0x11), and underline (begin 0x03, end 0x04). When the mail-merge feature was used, variables were marked beginning and ending with asterisks (*). The line-drawing characters of the PC character encoding were used when a built-in function was used to draw lines.
- Breeze 3.2 at Internet Archive
- Breeze 5.0
- Breeze 5.0 at Internet Archive
- Breeze 5.6
- Breeze 5.6(1998 release?) at Internet archive
- Breeze for Windows