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HxD Hex Editor provides tools to inspect and edit files, main memory, disks/disk images and their structure. You can use it to analyze big log files, patch ROM files for emulators, repair disk structures, validate data or search for game cheats.

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Last update 3 Dec. 2012 Licence Free to try OS Support Windows DownloadsTotal: 275,222 Last week: 24Ranking#13 in Other ToolsPublisherMael Horz
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Edit binary files and raw disk sectors with this must have Windows Utility.
Every now and again, I bump into the need to edit a compiled file. This is often some kind of executable or other resource file that I don't have the source or an appropriate compiler for. Finding an appropriate editor that's easy to use and reasonably priced isn't as easy as you might think. That's why I like HXD Hex Editor. It’s a binary editing tool for Windows.
HXD is a fast hex editor that handles binary files of any size. Additionally, the application also allows you to perform raw disk editing as well as modifying the contents of your computer's RAM. It's easy to use interface features search and replace, exporting, checksums/digests, and insertion of byte patterns. It also offers a file shredder, concatenation or splitting of files, statistics and more.
Editing a binary file with HXD Hex Editor works like in any text editor. Its functions are streamlined to hide differences that are purely technical. Drives and memory are presented as a file and are shown as a whole, unlike other editors which may limit data on the screen to a sector/region-limited view that cuts off data which potentially belongs together. Drives and memory can be edited the same way as a file, and includes support for undo. Memory-sections that define a foldable region and inaccessible sections are hidden by default.
Pro’s: Easy to use. Similar to a regular text editor
Con’s: Limited use. Most people don't and won't have a need to edit a compiled file.
Conclusion: HXD Hex Editor is good at what it does. The application is easy to use; and is also available in both a portable and installable edition. You can take the app with you on a thumb drive, for example, and use it on the go. Most people, however, won't have a need to edit or hack a binary, compiled file. Consumers just won't have a need for that unless they are completing a specific task. As such, this is likely a really nice tool for the technically savvy and the development or hacker sects.

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HxD Hex Editor provides tools to inspect and edit files, main memory, disks/disk images and their structure. You can use it to analyze big log files, patch ROM files for emulators, repair disk structures, validate data or search for game cheats. HxD handles huge files, offers fast and flexible search&replace, file comparison, checksum&hash generation,...

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HxD is a carefully designed and fast hex editor which, additionally to raw disk editing and modifying of main memory (RAM), handles files of any size.

The easy to use interface offers features such as searching and replacing, exporting, checksums/digests, insertion of byte patterns, a file shredder, concatenation or splitting of files, statistics and much more.

Editing works like in a text editor with a focus on a simple and task-oriented operation, as such functions were streamlined to hide differences that are purely technical.
For example, drives and memory are presented similar to a file and are shown as a whole, in contrast to a sector/region-limited view that cuts off data which potentially belongs together. Drives and memory can be edited the same way as a regular file including support for undo. In addition memory-sections define a foldable region and inaccessible sections are hidden by default.

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Furthermore a lot of effort was put into making operations fast and efficient, instead of forcing you to use specialized functions for technical reasons or arbitrarily limiting file sizes. This includes a responsive interface and progress indicators for lengthy operations.

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Features

  • Available as a portable and installable edition
  • RAM-Editor
    • To edit the main memory
    • Memory sections are tagged with or 'text only'-modes
    • Progress-window for lengthy operations
      • Shows the remaining time
      • Button to cancel
    • Modified data is highlighted
    • Unlimited undo
    • 'Find updates...'-function
    • Easy to use and modern interface
    • Goto address
    • Printing
    • Overwrite or insert mode
    • Cut, copy, paste insert, paste write
    • Clipboard support for other hex editors
      • Visual Studio/Visual C++, WinHex, HexWorkshop, RegEdit, ...
    • Bookmarks
      • Ctrl+Shift+Number (0-9) sets a bookmark
      • Ctrl+Number (0-9) goes to a bookmark
    • Navigating to nibbles with Ctrl+Left or Ctrl+Right
    • Flicker free display and fast drawing
    Version2.5.0.0 (February 11, 2021)What's new?
    OSWindows XP, 2003, Vista, 7, 8 or 10
    Version1.7.7.0 (April 3, 2009)What's new?
    OSWindows 95, 98, ME, NT 4, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, or 7

    License

    HxD is free of charge for private and commercial use. Selling HxD is not allowed. Distributing it as part of magazine addon CDs / DVDs / other media or putting it on download portals or private websites is allowed and welcome. For details, please see the HxD License.

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    Disk-Editor

    To use the disk editor under Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/7 and higher you have to be an administrator or have the appropriate privileges.

    Starting with Vista you need to manually unmount the hard disk to successfully write to it, or in other words: make sure the disk you edit has no mounted file system. More details in this forum thread. A system drive (the one where Windows is installed on) cannot be written to while Windows is running. In order to still accomplish that, you will have to execute HxD from a boot CD/DVD like PartBE or VistaPE and edit the system disk from there.

    Windows NT 4

    If the RAM-editor doesn't show any processes under Windows NT 4 you most likely don't have PSAPI.DLL installed on your system. You can get it from Microsoft (PSAPI.DLL Download) and copy the DLL into the %windir%System directory.
    HxD was only tested for Windows NT 4 SP 6, though it should work with versions prior to service pack 6.

    Windown NT 4 SP1 and newer are also supported, if WININET.DLL is added, through IE 3.02 or newer.

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