Resource Tuner

by Heaventools Software

Software to view, extract, replace, edit, and delete the embedded resources of executable files

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Heaventools Software

Antivirus check: passed

Last revision: Last week

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Resource Tuner is an application that allows you to view, extract and edit items contained in executable files (including UPX-packed ones). The program is able to extract sound files, pictures, icons, texts, menus and other data. Almost any 32-bit application in EXE, DLL, OCX, SCR, MUI, etc. can be used as source files. The Resource Tuner interface is designed as a browser that allows you to view the resources contained in the analyzed files, save them to your computer or edit them - change the appearance of windows, buttons, cursors, customize the text, etc. All operations on editing of executable files are carried out in WYSIWYG mode that allows to observe changes in a mode of real time. The program supports work with many types of files - AVI, JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP, WMF, WAV, CUR, ICO, TXT, RES, RTF, HTM, XML, etc.

Jacob
Resource Tuner looks interesting personally i have no use for it myself but i can see its potential with being able to edit any information while doing research or other things. i do not see any reason to change my mouse color or pointer color/. theme of background so for mt his has literally no use but i can see its potential.
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