Convert Scripts into Secured Executable Files
ExeScript converts any scripts to exe files. Need automated, silent execution? It supports such script types as Batch, VBScript, WSF, WSH, HTA, JScript, Object Rexx, PerlScript, Python, PowerShell.
How to Convert Script to Exe
Before you convert the script into an exe file, you can check how the script is executed without compiling it. Use the Project > Run Source Raw/Uncompiled command or press the F6 shortcut key.
To convert a script into an exe file, create a new script or open an existing script file in the main window of ExeScript. Edit the script file, if necessary.
How to convert:
- Select the Project > Build command to convert the script into an exe file.
- Specify the name of the exe file and the location where the exe file should be saved.
- Click the Save button.
ExeScript will convert the script and inform you about the result. Use Windows Explorer to navigate to the location where you saved the exe file so you can run it.
Use the Project > Compile + Run menu command to convert the script into an exe file and run it in one step.