plist Editor Pro (formerly plist Editor for Windows)
Mac OS X and Windows users appear to get along lately also insofar as the resource sharing is concerned, so some of you who are using the operating system developed by Microsoft might have already experienced more or less of Apple's taste.
One of the applications that can help Windows users work with Mac OS X files is plist Editor, a simple yet efficient software solution designed to help you manage property list files.
The GUI will definitely look familiar to all since it seems just an evolved version of the popular Notepad. plist Editor for Windows has a very clean and simple interface and it is very resource friendly, which means your computer won't even know that plist Editor is in use.
The application offers the basic functions you would expect from such a tool. Thus you will be able to quickly select, cut, copy or paste code strings and even bookmark some sections of the loaded file.
For those who want to give a personal touch to plist Editor for Windows, there are several skins to choose from and the application's main toolbar is also customizable.
All in all, this utility is quite handy and fulfills its purpose, namely that of providing an easy to use means of handling property list files that are specific to Apple's Mac OS X. The feature pack is pretty basic, but the application works fast and gets the job done without hassle, so it's worth a try if you are about to work with plist files.