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Java programmers must feel that making Windows desktop applications in Java is worse a lot than using almost any other programming languages. Software developed with other languages is mostly the EXE format by default, whereas for Java: the less one has to run under console, the better one can only run in the form of JAR file, even with no program icon to choose from. And the most terrible thing is anyone who unzips your JAR file can instantly take in all the source code of your program in a glance.