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TEBookConverter v2.0

webfork on 21 Jan 2020
  • 173MB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 3 Apr 2015
  • Suggested by ozok

TEBookConverter is an easy to use ebook converter built using calibre. The program has simple conversion interface rather than calibre's ebook management suite and elaborate feature-set. You can convert ebooks quickly and easily using parallel processing.

Presets for several devices (Kindle, Nook etc) are available.

Supported input formats include cbz, cbr, cbc, chm, djvu, docx, epub, fb2, html, htmlz, lit, lrf, mobi, odt, pdf, prc, pdb, pml, rb, rtf, snb, tcr, txt, txtz. Supported output formats are azw3, epub, fb2, oeb, lit, lrf, mobi, htmlz, pdb, pml, rb, pdf, rtf, snb, tcr, txt, txtz.

NOTE: Program discontinued.

Runs on:WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Writes settings to: Application folder
Stealth: ? Yes
Unicode support: Yes
License: GNU GPLv3
How to extract: Download and extract the self-extracting EXE to a folder of your choice. Launch TEBookConverter.exe.
Similar/alternative apps: calibre
What's new?
  • Added: Greek translation.
  • Updated: Calibre to 2.23.
Latest comments
joby_toss on 2015-02-10 19:37

"The website is temporarily in static offline mode.
Only a very limited set of project pages are available until the main website returns to service."

webfork on 2017-03-21 01:37

I was able to successfully convert a DOCX file to MOBI file for an Amazon Kindle device. All I really needed was the index and basic formatting preserved and that's what it did. Also images worked well. I'm very happy.

RightToolsForJob on 2018-05-26 04:58

Links not longer work, well not for me.

Could be
be the correct link, but it was lasted update in 2014

I searched and found also
But firefox had a warning "The site ahead may contain harmful programs"

is this program still available and safe

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yBook v1.5.32

Andrew Lee on 12 Feb 2013
  • 14MB (uncompressed)
  • Released on
  • Suggested by Jos? Pinto

yBook is a document viewer that has both single or dual-page view capability. You "turn" the pages by clicking on them. It supports ASCII, HTML, RTF and PDB/PRC files.

Runs on:Win95 / Win98 / WinME / WinNT / Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7
Writes settings to: Application folder
Unicode support: No
License: Freeware
How to extract: Download the installer and Pendrive Runtimes. Extract both to separate folders and combine the contents of their {app} subfolders. Launch yBook.exe.

On first run let the program check for update and download the update file (select "Download only"). Extract the update file located in the main application directory and merge the contents of its {app} subfolder with the main program files.

What's new?
  • 1.5.32 Now allows up to 144 point font. Don't forget you can press 1 and 2 for single/two page view.
  • 1.5.31 Added support for ePub files, fixed a formatting issue with HTML files
  • 1.5.29 Now includes a free copy of Hal Spacejock
  • 1.5.28 Fixed the yBookmaker problem with creating empty files.
  • 1.5.27 Fixed the 'open last file' checking/unchecking
  • 1.5.27 Fixed the bookmarking of filenames with commas in
  • 1.5.26 yBook will now reopen the file you last used. You can switch this off if you don't like it.
  • 1.5.24 Updated the Gutenberg downloader with the new URL
  • 1.5.20 Quick fix for texture misalignments in 1.5.19
  • 1.5.19 New texture tiles - should cover even the largest screens.
  • 1.5.18 New feature - Press H to toggle desktop hiding. Good with single page and broad margins (1000 all round)
  • 1.5.10 Fixed the conversion of [pb] formatting in plain text files.
Latest comments
Simon on 2011-01-10 01:22

There are instructions on my website for putting the vb6 runtimes into the ybook program folder on the memory stick. The only sticking point is the rich text control, which has to be registered with the OS, but that just means you may not be able to open RTF files directly.

yBook2 is also available, uses dotnet (or mono) instead of vb6, and also works with unicode files.

grannyGeek on 2011-04-25 08:47

Installed this on my portable hard-drive, including the PenDrive runtimes into the default Temp folder inside the yBook folder. It does work on both my office pcs ( XP-Pro SP3, and Win7 Enterprise).
Only tested so far with the included free html e-book --- and it looks pretty good.
Nicely configurable, and seems nicely flexible.

It won't work on my home pc with XP-Pro SP3, when I try to advance to next page it freezes, and I have to kill it with Task Manager. Sadly, there seems to be no guidance for trouble-shooting, nor is any contact link provided, so I don't have a clue where to start trouble-shooting this to get it working at home. :(

Emka on 2013-12-16 14:42

.Net based v2 is out

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