Bat To Exe Converter 3.0.10

billon on 24 Mar 2018
  • 4MB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 23 Mar 2018
  • Suggested by Cornflower

Bat to Exe Converter takes DOS or Windows batch file scripts (.bat) and converts them into executable (.exe) files. This is useful for creating shortcuts on USB flash drives along with their appropriate icons, preventing an annoying batch window from appearing, and includes encryption and decompiler features.

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System Requirements: Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Writes settings to: Application folder
Stealth: ? Yes
Unicode support: Yes
License: Freeware
How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract the contents of Portable to a folder of your choice. Launch either Bat_To_Exe_Converter.exe or Bat_To_Exe_Converter_(x64).exe (for 64-bit OS).

28 comments on Bat To Exe Converter  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

zorro 2018-02-21 16:08

Interesting enough - when you visit the homepage and try to download the program, the button doesn't work, it's kind of greyed out (observation as of today, 21. Feb. 2018). Disabling all blockers doesn't help. The direct download link in this entry works however.

3.0.9

webfork 2018-02-13 22:15

RickC: You're right to look at high VirusTotal ratios as you did, but I have tested this program many times over the years without issue. As noted earlier in the comments, programs like this will always show up on scanners.

3.0.8

RickC 2018-02-13 17:23

I realise that this is a very old thread but the update info shows v3.0.8 was released on 1st Feb 2018. I've just tested Bat_To_Exe_Converter_(x64).exe, i.e. the 64-bit portable exe of v3.0.8. I used a 2-line BAT:

echo This is a test
pause

I compiled this, together with an icon, and submitted the result to VirusTotal. I'm disconcerted to see a score of 21/66 (https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/5ac7112fae2a252a5faa72199587cea903d97194cea45934df4fd1fecc326af3/analysis/1518532866/) and thought I would share this. Whilst I was expecting a few false positives (especially from less well-known AV products), 21 red flags out of 66 seems high. Does anyone have any recommendations for a different product? I'm retired and rarely need this so hoping for both freeware and portable.

3.0.8

Midas 2015-11-19 14:20

FYI, contrary to Checker above, Wallax is testing the whole ZIP download package, not the B2EC executable...

v2.3.3.0

webfork 2015-06-19 02:24

Wallax: Not coming up that way on my side. Please post about possible virus stuff in forums.

v2.3.1.0

karaziki 2015-05-30 23:01

I'm preparing my own portables with batch codes and this compiler.

Check out new versions coming with extended commands. Not just a batch compiler, makes batch files one step closer to programming languages.

Become absolutely best in its category!

v2.3.0.0

Checker 2014-08-26 16:52

The nature of this kind of applications always produces false positive.
It's 4 out of 55 ( https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/d6d1ec5fdbd899ecb82db0d9fc7272bf7f884b4dfde7af0b0d3deb4f26445dff/analysis/ ) = 7,27%

v2.1.3.0

Giovane 2014-08-25 11:27

i'm using this tool for a very long time now.
my kaspersky av, which is one of the best, has never detected a threat.
virustotal is just a shitty false-positve detection service, that makes brainless fools like TTwrs fall for it.

v2.1.2.0

TTwrs 2014-08-23 23:40

@DarkShadow: Of course I have. But 16 'potentials' out of 55 tests (29%) seems way too risky to me, especially when there are alternatives. Each to his own...

v2.1.2.0

DarkShadow 2014-08-23 21:11

@TTwrs: probably never heard about false positives ?

v2.1.2.0

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