|Updated||Jan 27th 2018|
|Crack Size||594 KB|
|Systems||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 2003|
nBinder is an easy to use application that allows you to compress any file in an EXE without altering the initial functionality. You can use this program as a viable alternative to including files into archives, thus enabling you to skip the decompression step.
The application provides you with an easy to use interface, which makes it suitable for any type of user, whether they are a beginner or a professional. You can organize your bindings into different projects and add multiple files and folders into a single bind project, including URL files.
You can change the compression level for every file included in the project, as well as execution priority. Moreover, you can choose to delete the temporary files from the packed executable.
In addition to this, there are multiple different commands at your disposal that can be used. Message boxes, command execution, file creation, deletion, renaming or moving and process termination are just some examples. The program also allows you to add or set registry values and keys.
nBinder Crack allows you to add different instructions to the project, each having its own syntax. For example, you can add a 'Wait for' control that determines the execution to pause if the imposed condition is true. The conditions may be related to the date and time, registry keys, file or folder contents.
Furthermore, the application can be used to enable encryption or assign passwords to files in the project, in order to protect them from unwanted access.
Customization through assigning an icon and a version number to the executable created with nBinder is on the list of features as well. After the project is processed, you can view the newly created EXE in the specified output path and run them. For example, a packed picture gallery opens with its default application and you don't need to decompress it first.
nBinder is designed to help you compress files and keep their functionality at the same time, thus skipping the decompression step and making file management much more pleasant.