OK, I'll try again.
I gave you 4 subs for Brackets: Atom, Sublime Text, VS Code and Vim. Here's a couple more: Notepad++, TextMate, Emacs. If your specific question is whether I'll recommend an alternative to Brackets, the answer to that is also No. If you can't make Brackets work, the others will all be more difficult for you to use. If you can make Brackets work but want to move to another editor, only you know what you hope to achieve with that new editor so you're going to have to take the responsibility for figuring out which of the editors best meets your needs.
Ah, now I see that you edited your original words when you included my quote of them in your last post. You want live preview from an editor but Brackets is asking you to install Chrome for that preview. You can just turn on support for other browsers within Brackets:
That aside, I still suggest you get over yourself about Chrome. If you ever hope to be a web developer, refusing to install Chrome - the most widely used browser - with some off the cuff "Not installing CHROME, NOPE." is going to make you look both like a two year old having a tantrum, and worse, like someone who doesn't care whether the code they create works on the browser used by the vast majority of those who visit the site. Call me rude for saying it? Go for it. That doesn't actually change the fact that it was a message you needed to hear, it's an important one. Want work as a web developer? You're going to have to put on your big boy/girl/gender fluid pants and get familiar with the tools actual web developers use. You might as well start with Chrome. Installing Firefox alongside it would be a great idea as well.