ASPack

A Win32 executable file compressor, to reduce their size, that also protects programs against reverse engineering that is performed by non-professional hackers.

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ASPack Description

ASPack is an intuitive and quite easy to use software solution aimed to serve as a means of compressing EXE, DLL, OCX, DPL and BPL files and libraries for Windows 32 systems, allowing you to create a smaller installer without sacrificing any of your utility’s properties or performance.

Basic but practical interface

Following a regular installation operation, you can launch the tool and begin working with it right away, as it is very simple to handle, even for the less experienced.

The tabbed interface makes it easy to switch between the various sections of ASPack, that allow you to load your file, adjust its processing details and start the compression.

Load your programs and watch it shrink

ASPack enables you to import the targeted file, using the ‘Open’ button to browse through your system and locate the programs that need work. The utility supports software built in Visual Basic, Microsoft C++, Borland Delphi, and several other compilers for Win32. As such, you can load EXE, OCX and DLL files, but also DPL and BPL.

The application allows you to adjust several output ‘Options’, letting you decide whether to ‘Compress Resources’, ‘Create Backup Copy’, ‘Auto-Run After Loading’, ‘Use Windows DLL Loader’, ‘Preserve Extra Data’ or ‘Add Into Context Menu’.

However, keep in mind that these modifications need to be made before adding the executable you want to shrink, as the process will be triggered automatically. When complete, ASPack will display in its main screen the initial and post-compression size in bytes. The reduction in size can go all the way down to seventy percent in certain cases, also making the file more easy to transfer.

A handy executable compressor for you to use

To summarize, ASPack is an efficient and reliable application that helps you significantly reduce the total size of your Win32 programs, getting them down to a fraction of their initial dimensions, with little to no effort required.

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