The EXEList Crack Mac application was designed to be a small tool that will display information about EXE files (and dll and other executable formats loadable in Windows). The utility reads the version resource linked into the exe files and also displays which executable format the image is.
Simple use. You will only need to provide the location of the exe file.
Small size. The size is barely more than a kilobyte. This is because the EXE image file of the original image is displayed in the text area.
Clear display. The display is simple and clear.
EXE File Version Detection
The utility displays the executable file version, version resource information and the format of the image.
Viewing Version Resource
The utility displays the text in the version resource as a separate line.
Viewing Version Resource
The text in the version resource is displayed on a separate line.
EXE Header Information
If the image is a.exe file, then the header information is displayed.
The file size is displayed.
EXE Header Information
The application displays information about the image, such as the size, file date and the format.
EXE Image Format
If the image is an EXE image file, the application will display the format of the image.
EXE Image Format
EXE Images can be stored in several formats. The EXE file formats include:
Compact Binary File Format
COM DLL Binary File Format
DotNET Framework 1.1, 1.2
EXE Images can also be stored in several image formats such as:
To start the EXEList application, type the location of the EXE file into the text box.
Click the Start button to start the EXEList application.
The text in the version resource will be displayed in the lower area. If the image is a.EXE file, the header information will be displayed.
If the image is not a.EXE file, then the version resource of the image will be displayed on a separate line.
Click the Close button to exit the application.
The application ends as soon as the user closes the EXEList application.
Citation: The EXEList application was designed to be a small tool that
versioninfo: A small application that reads the version resource (or the first few bytes of the version resource) from an EXE file, displays information about the file and version resource.
installer: An application that can install itself or its components on the computer. A typical installer will either be used to install itself on a target computer, or it will install itself on a different machine that is used to copy itself to a target computer.
If you are not familiar with the term “self-extracting” or “self-installing” applications, think of it this way: For most applications, the installer program copies itself to the target computer and then executes, where the executable is deleted when the install is complete. In other words, the target computer has no “install” application on it at all, just the executable that the install program made. If you are not familiar with this idea, then be advised that the executable itself is not self-extracting or self-installing.
Self-installing and self-extracting applications are applications that have their own installation process. When these applications are installed, they make modifications to the target computer. For example, the application might make changes to the registry, modify system files, or register a COM server.
There are many types of self-installing and self-extracting applications. Here are some of the more common types of self-installing and self-extracting applications:
Running EXE applications that make changes to the registry (for example, a virus)
Running EXE applications that make changes to the hard disk or other storage media (for example, a backup application)
EXE installers that make changes to the registry or other files
EXE self-extracting applications that make changes to the registry or other files
Run EXE application that does not use the Windows Installer. These are the applications that run the EXE file directly. For example, they could be applications like virus scanners, executable encryption programs, or applications that you downloaded from the Internet.
Run EXE application that is a program that you downloaded from the Internet. This could be an application like a virus scanner or a backup program. These applications can be either self-installing or self-extracting applications. In a self-installing application, when the EXE file is run, it will make its own changes to the target computer and will delete itself
The EXEList application was designed to be a small tool that will display information about EXE files (and dll and other executable formats loadable in Windows). The utility reads the version resource linked into the exe files and also displays which executable format the image is.
Filesize: 52.51 kB
License: GNU General Public License
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# EXEList 1.0 by Dave Franke
# EXEList 1.0.
# EXEList is a small command-line utility to display information about
# EXE files.
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#\ File Description: EXEList – Display information about executable files
#\ Command: EXEList
EXEList is a small utility that displays information about EXE (and other loadable executable file types) files. It displays
its EXE type and version resource, displays the details of the version resource and displays the possible locations of
this version resource.
The executable file type is displayed by the EXE version and is displayed by clicking on the file. The Version resource is read
from the EXE file and the version number displayed in both the window and the tooltip.
The utility is designed to be used with Microsoft Windows.
The utility will work on Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP.
You can use the program with the version resource for older programs.
Create a shortcut in the folder where you want to run the tool from.
Use the key combination you chose as the command line.
Press a key combination to start the EXE.
Use any key combination to stop the EXE.
You can configure the EXE list window.
The program will search for the EXE version resource in the following locations:
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 SP1/SP2/SP3, Windows Server 2008/2008R2, Windows Server 2012/2012R2
Hard Disk Space: 3.5GB
RAM: Minimum 1GB, and recommended 2GB
Processor: Minimum 2.8GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, and recommended 2.8GHz Intel Core i5 or higher
Graphics: Minimum 1GB NVIDIA GeForce 9400M or AMD Radeon HD 4870 or higher
DirectX: Version 9.0