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Jar2Exe is to convert jar files to executive binary files for Windows and Linux. Why should we select to wrap jar files into exe files with Jar2Exe, because it makes java program more convenient:
- It makes java program more easy to run.
- It makes java program more safe to redistribute by encryption.
- It makes java program more powerful by function enhancement.
Jar2Exe is different
Jar2Exe is growing from 2006 and is always actively upgraded and maintained. Comparing with other similar software, why should you select Jar2Exe:
- Jar files encryption, encrypted program will not write temporary files when it runs
- Service type of application, without special coding.
- Friendly to use, Jar2Exe has wizard mode and command line mode to run
- Both Windows and Linux, no difference to be protected and to run as service on windows and Linux
You can follow the steps of these solution advices to get to know how to use Jar2Exe. Of course, Jar2Exe can do more than these solutions.
- Console tool, a common java program to start at command line, usually with arguments
- Desktop window, a window program to display a window from Java
- Background service, to run as background service, it can automatically starts up when System starts up
- Webapp to a single exe, encrypt and wrap webapp as a standalong server, in a single exe file
- More safety, try our best to let java program safer
- You can get more details about solutions on Solutions advices page.
What's New in V2.x
Jar2Exe v2.x has many new features, the main upgrades are:
- Since V2.1, it is supported to generate binary files for Mac OS X.
- For Linux, since V2.0, to generate binary for Linux is supported
- Export equivalent "command line", this makes it more easy to use the command line mode of Jar2Exe, you need not to write the long command line string.
- Configure Internal & External, you can select to put the configurations internal in binary file or external in a configuration file.
- There are many new features, please refer to What's New page for details.