If you would like to start creating Windows Programs, keep reading.
Advanced BAT to EXE Converter quickly converts your batch scripts to .EXE
files. Even the most complex batch files can be converted to executables with Intelli-Parse technology. This reduces development time by making sure your EXE works exactly as the original batch file does.
Check out the Frequently Asked Questions section.
Advanced BAT to EXE Converter is completely free
Advanced Extended Batch File Commands Index
Tips for using Advanced BAT to EXE Converter
Copy your "ab2econv283pro" installation folder out of %program files%
to a location where you have write permissions first.
aB2Econv.exe "c:\Batch Files\input.BAT" "c:\Batch Files\output.EXE"
It is recommended that you use quotes and full path filenames.
You can right click a batch file in Windows Explorer and use the context menu
to automatically compile a batch file as well.
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
You can encrypt your script to hide the code from end users. This allows you to share scripts with passwords for FTP or networking functions. You can also embed Icons and other binary files that your script needs to function and turn them all into one stand-alone EXE file to share. You also have the option of password protecting your EXE so it will not run without the correct password.
When compiling from the Windows context menu, the output EXE file will always be named after the batch file ignoring the (BFCPE)EXE filename variable in the header.
Use the %MYFILES% variable within your script to access these files as if it was a folder. This will create a single stand-alone EXE file instead of sending your project in multiple files.
start /MIN notepad.exe
rem Wait 250
rem HideWindow "Untitled - Notepad"
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