I discovered another plain text wiki. It is called HypEdit. Its author, Jerry Muelver, describes it as an "entry-level (simple) personal wiki authoring and distribution system," or as "just a basic Windows text editor... with an attitude." And it's freeware.
To make a hyperlink, put a phrase in brackets, like [Features and Functions].
To use a hyperlink, move your mouse cursor over the text inside the brackets, press CTRL and right-click the mouse to drop the cursor into the link and jump to the linked page.
The "wiki" is saved in a plain text file that can be edited by any text editor.
It can print. And it will split any text file into Wiki pages, when it finds a double-colon and a name on a line by itself in the file, like this:
But you must manually save, either individually each page you created or edited, or the whole "wiki" on exit, otherwise all additions and modifications are gone.
It's nothing fancy, and it won't replace a real desktop wiki like ConnectedText. It is just a notepad with (very) basic wiki-capabilities. As such, I find it interesting. Since the application takes just 155 KB of disk space, you might use it for quick note-taking on the road, using a USB-drive.