[v1.xx] WebExe – Award-winning website and ebook compiler

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Converting the web page files for online browsing to EXE file that can run independently on local computer meets special needs and has some benefits. For example: used as ebooks, manuals, product catalogs, price lists; does not require a browser installed (with an integrated web browser), no Internet connection required (can be used offline), easy to carry and distribute, run on any Windows platforms.

WebExe is a small and handy e-book maker developed by Wulfsoft from Germany. It can convert/compile one or more HTML pages (including most linked content) into a single, standalone (i.e.: self-contained and self-extracted) and executable EXE file. It’s very easy to use, the entire production process can be finished easily and step by step within a smart wizard. Also, it comes with a concise user interface and a variety of options to meet user’s personalized settings. In addition, the generated e-book can provide multilingual interfaces.

Of course, many similar tools (including HTML Compiler, WebCompiler2000, HTML2EXE, Activ E-Book Compiler, e-Publisher Gold, E-Book HTML Compiler Pro, and so on) can help you do the same things. But apparently WebExe can be regarded as another edge tool for accomplishing HTML to EXE production or ebook creation outside of the classic and powerful HTML Executable.

// Key Features //

  • Independent from installed browsers
  • Allows you to distribute web pages in a compact and easily accessible format
  • Provides effective protection for your content
  • Gives you full control over the appearance of the output files
  • Requires no additional software or plug-in
  • Creates files with very small overhead for easy distribution
  • Includes an easy-to-use interface and a detailed help file
  • There are many possibilities for controlling the browser’s attributes, functionality, and behavior
  • Protect your web pages with a password and an expiration date.
  • Let users search your web pages for keywords
  • All files collected by WebExe are compressed using the ZIP algorithm
  • Multi-lingual output files

// Edition Statement //

AppNee provides the WebExe v1.xx universal reg key file for Windows 32-bit & 64-bit.

// Installation Notes //

  1. Download and install the latest version of WebExe from official site
  2. Download the universal reg key file from AppNee and import
  3. Done

// Prompts //

  • The traditional “Save Webpage” (Ctrl + S) method can not download everything within a page. As a result, WebExe cannot make it better without resources. Therefore, to make a fully working EXE edition of HTML webpage, you can use TeleportHTTrack Website Copier or similarly specific website/webpage downloader instead.
  • WebExe doesn’t seem to support Java, JavaScript, DHTML, and Flash techniques. Additionally, it does not support the icon customization for the output file, which means you need to use some 3rd-party tools (e.g.: Resource Hacker, eXeScope) to do this.

// Download URLs //

Version Download Size
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Universal Reg Key File
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