Windows 10: Create exe files from bat files using native windows commands

  1.    06 Feb 2018 #1

    Create exe files from bat files using native windows commands

    Came across this hidden Windows gem I have never seen about converting bat to exe files.

    I know there are 3rd party apps but was unaware you could do it from Windows

    iExpress: Convert BAT-files into EXE-files [How-To] | Maintenance and System Tools | Windows Tools, Help Guides

    Edit: I checked it out in more detail - it is not really a bat to exe converter but like a self extracting zip file creator.
    Last edited by cereberus; 06 Feb 2018 at 07:23.
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  2.    08 Feb 2018 #2

    Yes i have once used IExpress, a component of Windows 2000 and later, is used to create self-extracting packages from a set of files. Such packages can be used to install software.
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