FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- What is EXEJoiner?
- What is EXEJoiner used for?
- Is EXEJoiner detected by
- Can I use EXEJoiner on
- Is a trial version available
- On what Windows platforms
will EXEJoiner run?
- What files can be joined?
EXE Joiner is a small prograsm that allows
you to easily join (bind) unlimited files (no matter their
type) into one single executable. That executable (the
one into which the files are included) is a simple compiled
program that, when opened, will automatically run the
included files one by one.The joined files can be fully
What is EXEJoiner used for?
EXEJoiner helps you to distribute your
application as a single file (a compact package). The
joined files can be fully encrypted.
Is EXEJoiner detected by antivirus?
The EXEJoiner version you'll receive
is undetectable when scanned with major antivirus products
(Norton, Kaspersky, McAfee, Panda, AVG, Avast, TrendMicro).
If EXEJoiner gets detected by one of
the listed AVs within the support period, you'll receive
a new undetected version as soon as possible (usually
in less than 48 hours).
Can I use EXEJoiner on more computers?
Yes, EXEJoiner can be used on all your computers.
Is a trial version available for download?
We have a trial version available for download. The trial
is fully functional, you can make an idea of how
the program works. The only difference between the trial and the full version is the trial displays warning pop-ups.
Also, the trial version (being publicly available) could be detected by antivirus programs.
is a shareware application designed for legal usage, but
few antivirus products might overreact and detect it (because
of a theoretical improper use).
EXEJoiner is a commercial software that should be used in legal ways. All the customers should comply with the terms of the License Agreement.
On what Windows platforms will EXEJoiner run?
EXEJoiner runs on Windows 2k, XP, Vista,
Windows 7 and Windows 8 (32-bit and 64-bit systems).
What files can be joined?
EXEJoiner can join all file types. EXEJoiner
can transform any file into an executable without affecting
the file functionality. For instance, let's assume you
join an executable, a music file and an image file. When
the joined file is run, the included executable will run
like before joining while the music file will be opened
with the associated mp3 player (Winamp, MediaPlayer etc.)
and the image file will be opened with the associated
image file viewer (IrfanView, Paint etc.).