Portable Restorator V2007 U2
Portable Restorator 2007 U2|Windows(x86/x64)|rar|15.3 mb
Restorator is an award-winning utility to edit windows resources in applications and their components, e.g. files with .exe, .dll, .res, .rc, .dcr, extension (see PE files and RES files).
Change, add, remove resources such as text, images, icons, sounds, videos, version, dialogs and menus in almost all programs. Restorator is used for translation/localization, customization, design improvement and development. This resource editor comes with an intuitive user-interface, complete documentation with many examples and prompt user support in the discussion forums or via email.
Here is a selection of Restorator's most important features. [version history] [supported file formats]
View and edit Resources
Browse through your resources and edit them either in Restorator itself, or using applications you can integrate into Restorator's tool menu. [list of supported resource types]
Edit dialogs WYSIWYG
You can edit dialogs with your mouse on the screen. Move the dialog elements, resize and re-label them with immediate results and full control. Essential feature for translating applications. [screenshot] [tutorial]
Add multi-language support to your applications
You can add several languages to one single application. Your application will automatically start with the correct language, i.e. the default Windows language. Multi language support can be added just using Restorator. You can not only translate applications, but also add languages! [screenshot] [tutorial]
Release automated modifications-ResPatcher *)
Using ResPatcher you can create a small executable that will re-do your changes. That enables you to customize any application and share it with others. You can customize applications like Internet Explorer and AOL Instant Messenger and share the modifications with your friends. [screenshot] [tutorial]
Grab resources in PE files anywhere on your hard drive *)
Grab for resources on your hard drive. This tool will find resources wherever they hide, e.g. look for all cursors on your drive and you save a lot of manual work. [screenshot] [tutorial]
Locating elements in resources
You are looking for a specific resource in a program? Not a problem-the resource finder will do it! [screenshot] [tutorial]
Edit and update resource files that are in use.
Restorator can cause files to be replaced at system boot time, allowing you to modify resources within files used by Windows. [screenshot]
Link Resource editing tools
Define your own tools to edit sounds images and other resources. Easy launching of your favorite image editor to edit a BMP image
Resource View Modes
View the resources in different modes. In the Default Mode, you can listen to audio, look at images and find all resources that need translation. In Hexdump Mode, you get access to the raw data. In the RC Resource Mode, you see the resource entry in standard RC format.
Insert resources in exe or res files. Added resources are particularly useful for your created .res or .dcr files, or if you want to add custom resources to your own projects. This feature also allows adding formats/resolutions to icons and cursors. [screenshot]
Your compiler creates useless resources? Want to strip debug information from the resources? Want to shrink the size of the executable file? Then you got the solution: remove resources with Restorator!
Open upx-compressed files seamlessly in Restorator: upon loading, the file is automatically uncompressed.
Command line Support
With the command line parameters, you can execute Restorator conveniently from a batch program, for automated execution. It is also possible to incorporate Restorator or a ResPatch into installation programs (like InstallShield) to automate resource patching during installation. [parameter list]
Extract all Resources
You can extract all resources of an application to your hard drive and work on them. Later you place all resources back in a single step. This can make translation easy with your favorite tools.
How would you like it you could change the whole layout of your applications, or even graphics from Windows interface? With Restorator 2007 this is actually possible. This incredibly useful program allows you to get into the inner parts of windows resources and components of programs, known as PE files. The most common extensions from those PE files are .exe, .dll, .rc, .res and .dcr. Altering these files means that you can change text, images, sounds and other kinds of data in applications.
There is nothing out of the ordinary during setup. The steps are few and the installation process finishes fairly quickly. No 3rd party software is installed either.
Officially, it is stated that the supported operating systems are Windows 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP and Vista, but the program can run smoothly in any machine running Windows 7.
It's been a while since Restorator's last update was released; therefore it's reasonable that the user interface is not very modern. However, that doesn't mean that it is complicated or hard to use. On the left side is the resource tree, where the components of open files are displayed as collapsible items. The window on the center has two tabs, Resource Viewer and File Browser. In resource viewer you can take a closer look at the resource files and in File Browser you can explore the files located in your hard drive.
Editing PE and RES files can be useful in many ways. For instance, you can translate a program into a different language, as well as export images, translate the containing text and then import them back to the program. Secondly, developers will find this software extremely helpful, as with it they can analyze an application's data as deep as they wish. If in a file you want to delete resources or add your own, you can do that too.
The resource viewing modes are three: the default viewing mode, where you can see all the available data as they should normally appear (for example you can listen to audio or look at images), the hexdump mode, which displays everything in raw data, and finally is the RC Resource Mode to view the resources in standard RC format. You are able to work with the resources directly from the hard drive if you wish by using the extract function.
You can edit files that are already in use, e.g. system files, as Restorator will replace them at next system boot.
ResPatcher is a feature in Restorator which gives you the ability to share the customizations you made with others by creating a small executable and launching it whenever you want the changes to be applied. If in a file you want to delete resources or add your own, you can do that too.
Finding particular resources located in the hard drive is not easy, since you have to go through a lot of files and folders in order to find what you're looking for. That's why Restorator has this feature implemented. You can perform a search in the hard drive (or in specific locations) and set the search criteria, which are not few at all.
Executing Restorator using command line parameters is possible as well.
It's a shame really that it's no longer being updated. It has a lot of potential and could become an exceptional tool for everyone to use.
What's new in this version:
Improved command line parameters, specify as many operations at once.
See command line parameters in the reference manual for more info.
support for 64-bit exe files (amd64, ia64)
easier String management: display string resources in just one resource
support for Vista-style icons
IBM or compatible Pentium/AMD processor (900 MHz or greater), 512 MB RAM or greater. 1024 x 768, 16-bit display (32-bit recommended)
Windows XP, Windows Vista all SP, Windows 7, Work on Windows 10 is POSSIBLE, BUT NOT GUARANTEED!
Language Multilanguage(Russian English)
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