Binary Viewer is a freeware binary viewer app filed under programming software and made available by ProXoft for Windows.
The review for Binary Viewer has not been completed yet, but it was tested by an editor here on a PC and a list of features has been compiled; see below.
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Enables coders to view the hex/octal/decimal content of binaries:
Binary Viewer can display file contents in binary, hexadecimal, octal, decimal and text formats (multiple Encodings), therefore letting you to peek into binary files, usually not viewable when using standard Windows viewer/editors like Notepad, Word, Excel and others. Files are usually used to persist data and are intended to be interpreted by the different programs. Files can contain programs itself. In most cases computer files are interpreted by programs or operation system in proper manner: program files are executed, data files are loaded by programs and rendered, turned to images, sounds, spreadsheets of data.
This works well, that how computers are build for, but if you want to see what's happening under the hood, if you want to know how exactly looks the file Audio Player turns into beautiful music or how Audio Player insides looks like, you got 'Binary Viewer'.Binary Viewer features and highlights:
Binary Viewer is licensed as Freeware for Windows (32-bit and 64-bit) operating system / platform from programming software without restrictions. Binary Viewer 188.8.131.52 is available to all software users as a free download (Freeware).
Compatibility with this binary viewer software may vary, but will generally run fine under Microsoft Windows 10, 8, 8.1, 7, Vista and XP on either a 32-bit or 64-bit setup. A separate x64 version may be available from ProXoft.
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