Seamlessly compile SFX archives that include a wide variety of files you store and gain some space on your hard disk using this straightforward tool
After a quick and forthright setup, you come face to face with a sleek and stylish interface that is equally intuitive and easy to navigate. You can start creating your first SFX by adding the files you want to compress via dragging and dropping.
It is recommended that you go through the other tabs, particularly the Settings one so that you can define the rules of the extraction before hitting the Compile SFX button. On a side note, you should know that you can solely add files for the compression operation, as the application does not work with folders.
Allows you to configure the extraction rules
The trump card of the application stems from the fact that it includes both simple and advanced options that enable you to set the rules of the decompression. Therefore, if you are a novice, then you can specify whether the users can change the extraction path, display the prompt and finish messages or exhibit the status of the decompression.
On the other hand, advanced users are able to dictate the precise behavior of the SFX by adding their own C# code. You can load your code by navigating to the location of the CS file on your computer. The other alternative entails using the default code that comes with the utility.
You will be happy to learn that the application allows you to save the current settings and hence, use them on other similar tasks. Nevertheless, you do not need to have any programming experience in order to use the application efficiently.
An excellent tool for creating self-extracting archives
In the eventuality that you are putting together some small applications that you developed and would like to have more control over the decompression operation or make it smoother, ExArchiving can come in handy.
We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used ExArchiving and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂