If you want to add or modify shortcuts and menus in your programs or favorite apps to make them more consistent or easier to use, there is a free tool to do it easily.

Resource HackerTM is a handy utility to view, modify, rename, add, delete and extract resources in 32bit Windows executables and resource files (*.res). It incorporates an internal resource script compiler and decompiler and works on Win95, Win98, WinME, WinNT, Win2000 and WinXP operating systems.

Key Features:

Viewing Resources:
  • Images: Cursor, Icon, Bitmap, GIF, AVI, and JPG
  • Audio: WAV and MIDI
  • Decompiled script: Menus, Dialogs, MessageTables, StringTables, Accelerators, Delphi Forms, and VersionInfo.
  • WYSIWYG: Menus and Dialogs can also be viewed as they would appear in a running application.
Saving Resources:
  • Resources can be saved as:
  • Image files (*.ico, *.bmp etc)
  • Script files (*.rc)
  • Binary resource files (*.res) or
  • Untyped binary files (*.bin)
Modifying Resources:
  • Resources can be modified by replacing the resource with:
  • A resource located in another file (*.ico, *.bmp, *.res etc)
  • Internal resource script compiler (for menus, dialogs etc).
  • Dialog controls can also be visually moved and/or resized by clicking and dragging the respective dialog controls prior to recompiling with the internal compiler.
Adding Resources:
  • Resources can be added to an application by copying them from external resource files (*.res).
Deleting Resources:
  • Most compilers add resources into applications which are never used by the application.
  • Removing unused resources can reduce an application's size.

This Resource HackerTM software is released as freeware by Angus Johnson, © Copyright 1999-2004.

Download Resource Hacker 3.4
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