PE Explorer 1.99 R3

PE Explorer provides a UI for exploring and editing the contents of EXE, DLL, ActiveX controls, and other 32-bit executable file formats. Functions include disassembly and inspection of unknown binaries and modification of properties of executable files. Enjoy the comfort of being able to have all the necessary tools in one simple, clean interface.

When you first choose to explore an executable, PE Explorer shows you information about the headers of the file, such as the number of code sections, the size of the image, the application subsystem, and the stack size information. Another view offers you an overview of the section headers in the executable — double-clicking a section header brings up a window gives you the ability to explore the contents of each section.

Visual editing features let you quickly view, extract, modify, rebuild, delete, customize, or translate executable file resources from within the file. Dialog boxes, menus, string tables, icons, typelib and more are right at your fingertips. Other features include automatic UPX and Upack unpacking, adding of XP and Vista control styles to older applications, a Digital Signature viewer, and more. But if Resource Editor is the only feature you really want, take a look at the company's much cheaper Resource Tuner application.

What's new:
* Added the Reload Last Opened File option.
* Added the Delete/Undelete Section buttons.
* Now supports for UPX v3.03.
* Bugfixes and improvements.

PE Explorer runs on all versions of Windows from 95 through Server 2003 and Vista (32-bit).

Download: PE Explorer 3.5 Mb - 30 days trial ($129)
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(pexplorer said @ #2)
Yep, elsewhere. Some day your belief in open source may wane.

Perhaps, but not before my belief in over-priced, poorly-coded software wanes.

Anyone believes in over-priced, poorly-coded software here?
IF we are talking about PE Explorer, it's a top-notch piece of software that worth every penny (for those who really have a clue as to what it does).

(pexplorer said @ #2.2)
Anyone believes in over-priced, poorly-coded software here?


I think he was talking about MS Vista, I don't know if it is poorly-coded (no-one know, it is not open source), but it surely is over-priced.

(pexplorer said @ #2.2)
Anyone believes in over-priced, poorly-coded software here?
IF we are talking about PE Explorer, it's a top-notch piece of software that worth every penny (for those who really have a clue as to what it does).

I'd take your word for it, if it weren't for the fact that you are clearly a PE Explorer stooge.

Hey, I've got a program called "jdhas". It's the bull's balls. Really. Trust me. Why would I lie?

I'd take your word for it, if it weren't for the fact that you are clearly a PE Explorer stooge.

You made my day. I'm not a stooge, I'm a master!

Actually, I had no intention to hype and praise. I just don't understand why people feel the need to bash and bitch every time when something is not free.

pexplorer said,
You made my day. I'm not a stooge, I'm a master!

Actually, I had no intention to hype and praise. I just don't understand why people feel the need to bash and bitch every time when something is not free.

There is a difference between something not being free and something being overpriced...$129 is extremely steep for someone who is using this to support their hobby. Maybe they should have a business price and a personal price...i think that would be more suitable.