You didn’t say how much memory Sublime took: clearly more than Vim and Nano but significantly less than the other editors. Interesting that it used less memory opening a 6mb file than a 60 byte file. Looking at the other test results, I’d suggest they point towards Sublime being “the winner”: modern editor and UI whilst still managing resources properly. Horses for courses — we all stick with what we know and like and I use neither Vim nor Sublime! Nice article.