|Updated||Oct 23rd 2014|
Kuroda Software Services
|Crack Size||235 KB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 2003|
HTABOX Quick is a lightweight setup creator whose purpose is to help you pack two or more HTML files into a single EXE file which can be easily deployed on a target system. The tool offers support for script and source code concealing options.
The utility comes in a lightweight package which can be deployed on your system by skipping the installation process. Actually, you only need to run the EXE file in order to open the program.
Good news is that the application doesn’t store any configuration data and add entries in your Windows registry. Plus, you can copy it on any USB flash drive or other removable devices and carry it with you, as well as run it on the target system without administrative privileges.
HTABOX Quick adopts a clean and simplistic layout that embeds all of its configuration settings in a single panel. There are no intricate parameters concealed under its hood.
You can also check out the help manual for more details about the configuration process. Additionally, you are allowed to change the language of the GUI.
HTABOX Quick Crack gives you the possibility to drag and drop the files and folders that you want to include in the EXE file directly in the main panel. As soon as you upload the file to the working environment, the application provides details about the ID and path.
Furthermore, you are allowed to choose the execution file (in case they are more than one in your list, the program automatically picks the first one by default), select the files that you want to encode, mark items as single or hidden, as well as delete the files.
In order to bring the setup creation process to an end, you are required to specify a filename and provide the saving directory. Additionally, it reveals information about the file path and size of the generated EXE file.
All in all, HTABOX Quick offers a straightforward software solution for helping you convert HTML applications to EXE file format.