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How to extract resources from EXE file

Resource Tuner enabes you to export and save to disk multiple resources from a single EXE or DLL file.

1. Press the Save Multiple Resources at Once button.

Save Multiple Resources at Once

2. You will be prompted to check the types of resources to save:

Multiple Save Option

3. The second page lets you specify the default output folder for saved resource files, along with sorting and naming options. By examining the information for each image file, Resource Tuner is able to extract the width, height and color depth, convert it into a filename-friendly format, and then assemble the file name from the resource name, size, and a stepping file counter.

Specify the default output folder

3. Press Finish, and you are done!


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Resource Tuner runs on all versions of Windows, including 11, 10, 8, 7, and XP, and supports both 32-bit and 64-bit systems.