File Size : 2 Mb
MiTeC Hexadecimal Editor is a small-sized, portable and feature-rich application that gives you the possibility to directly examine files via hexadecimal display, as well as to edit the code and resort to several handy tools.
Portable app with a clear-cut interface
As there is no setup pack involved, you can save MiTeC Hexadecimal Editor's executable file anywhere on the HDD or on a pen drive and just click it to launch the app. More importantly, it doesn't make any changes to the Windows registry.
It's wrapped in a user-friendly interface, made from a large window with a well-structured layout, where you can open any file, regardless of its type.
Inspect, browse and edit hex code
After examining the hex code, you can insert or delete nibbles, use a search function to quickly locate specific text or hex, jump to any offset, as well as edit the position's start offset, hexadecimal or binary value.
Additional shown data include the 8-bit, 16-bit, 32-bit and 64-bit, single and double code, date, GUID, ASM, CRC32, MD5 hash, and data size.
Compare and translate files
You can compare the hex code of two files placed side by side, dump the BIOS, System Management BIOS, video BIOS or custom-defined memory, or a selected disk and sector, print information for closer inspection, undo and redo your actions, as well as convert the file between ANSI, OEM Codepage 850, ASCII 7-bit, MAC and EBCDIC Codepage 038.
Customize the view, disassemble code, and interpret data
MiTeC Hexadecimal Editor also lets you modify the default offset display (hex, decimal, octal), line size, column width and translation mode, hide rulers, show a grid and the local date, swap nibbles, display Unicode characters and Big Endian, or swap Endian.
When it comes to extra tools, it's possible to disassemble code from the bning or the cursor's current position, interpret data, mark zeros, perform a date analysis, conduct string search operations, or clear all results.
Evaluation and conclusion
The tool didn't put a strain on the machine's performance in our testing, as it consumed low CPU and memory. It worked smoothly, without freezing, crashing or popping up errors.
To sum it up, MiTeC Hexadecimal Editor comes bundled with advanced, yet approachable options to help you better analyze hexadecimal code. It's mainly geared toward experienced users but novices can swiftly get the hang of it.
Disk Dumper (NT only)
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