How to convert VBS into EXE file.
ExeScript converts any scripts to exe files. Need to Convert VBS to EXE? Need to execute a script that is invisible to other users? It supports such script types as Batch, VBScript, WSF, WSH, HTA, JScript, Object Rexx, PerlScript, Python, PowerShell.
How to Convert VBS to EXE
Visual Basic Scripts (VBS) are most often used in the following cases:
- Automating the administration of Windows systems.
- Server program code in ASP pages.
- Client scripts in Internet Explorer.
VBS files are interpreted by the vbscript.dll that can be called from the Web environment, the Windows GUI environment, and from the command line environment.
Converting VBS to EXE gives you the following benefits:
- The content of the script will not be available for viewing and modifying.
- The script will be executed directly in computer memory.
- Faster execution.
- You can distribute your script to other users without allowing them to view and modify the contents of the VBS file.
How to convert VBS to EXE file:
- Start ExeScript.
- Create a new VBS project using the File > New > VBScript file menu command or the corresponding toolbar button. Alternatively, open a previously saved VBS file, using the File > Open... menu command or clicking the toolbar button. Select the file and click Open.
- Make changes in the VBS file, if necessary.
- Save the file using the File > Save command or the toolbar button, or save an existing file to a new one using File > Save as...
- Open the Properties Pane.
- Set Script type = Console for a console script, or
- To use the ExeScript Host Technology and execute the script in memory without writing to the hard drive, set Execution Type = Compile
- Check how the script is executed by selecting the Project->Run Source Raw/Uncompiled command.
- Click Project > Build to convert VBS to EXE.
- Type the name of the exe application and click Save.
ExeScript will inform you about the result of the conversion. The created exe file will be located in the folder you specified earlier.