JAR2EXE Converter 1.0.0.0

Convert a JAR file to an EXE file
Based on the Midp2Exe compiler, JAR2EXE Converter is a simple-to-use program that allows you to create executable files (EXE format) from Java-based items (JAR format), as the name says. It can be seamlessly handled, even by less experienced users.

After a brief installation procedure, you are welcomed by a standard window with an uncomplicated layout, representing JAR2EXE Converter's interface.

Loading a JAR file into the working environment is done with the help of the file browser only, since the "drag and drop" functionality is not supported.

Once the output directory is established, you can proceed with the compiling procedure with the simple click of a button. From the Settings screen you can make the tool automatically overwrite existing files.

The straightforward application runs on a low-to-moderate quantity of CPU and system memory, so it shouldn't burden the computer's overall performance. It has a good response time and quickly finishes a conversion task, without making the operating system hang, crash or pop up error notifications in the process. 

We haven't encountered any issues throughout our evaluation. Although no recent updates have been made to the app, JAR2EXE Converter provides an easy solution when it comes to JAR-to-EXE conversions.

Reviewed by on May 7th, 2013


last updated on:
January 13th, 2010, 2:48 GMT
file size:
1.4 MB
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Chilinhhacker
license type:
GPL 
operating system(s):
Windows All
category:
C: \ System \ File Management

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Application description

The JAR2EXE Converter application was designed to be a small program that can help you easily convert a JAR file (MIDP...

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