This is a utility program that creates self-extracting EXE files for Windows 95,98,Me,NT4,2000,XP,Vista,Server 2003,Server 2008, etc... Self-extracting EXE files are executable programs (EXEs) that contain a ZIP file and the software necessary to unzip the contents. Users can unzip the contents of a self-extracting EXE simply by running it like any other program. No other software is needed.
How to Create a Non-Encrypted Self-Extracting EXE:
Use the Browse button to find the ZIP you want to convert into an EXE, then click Create. If your ZIP was named "myApp.zip", then an EXE named "myApp.exe" will be created in the same directory.
How to Create an AES Encrypted Self-Extracting EXE:
Use the Browse button to find the ZIP you want to convert into an EXE. Select an encryption key-length (128 bit, 192 bit, or 256 bit), enter a password, and then click Create. If your ZIP was named "myApp.zip", then an EXE named "myApp.exe" will be created in the same directory. The created EXE will only unzip if you enter the same password.
How to Create a Self-Extracting EXE that Automatically Unzips to a Temp Directory and Runs a Setup Program:
Enter the name of the setup program found in the Zip, and check the checkbox as shown in the screen shot above. As an example, if your Zip contains the files as shown below, you would enter "setup.exe" in the "Run this program" dialog text box.
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