For that question, there is no way to re-edit it in a way that it isn't asking for a program with a certain feature.
For a constructive question, you need to focus on what you need to do or what problem you are trying to fix. Not on what feature a program has. (Today it would be closed as "seeking product or tool recommendations")
In that view, look at the question again and try and address it from the point of view of using the program to do something.
What lightweight editor has autosave per keystroke, similar to intelliJ idea?
Would love to use something lighter, but for web editing the autosave is key. Do not want to have to press ctrl + s again.
So to the question, IntelliJ has autosave per keystroke, but it's not light enough. Now, recommend a tool that is lighter than IntelliJ because... why?
When the question is focussing on a feature search instead of the problem at hand, then it's a question that needs to be edited to be direct, or closed/deleted because it's out of scope.