Hex Edit is being introduced with an entirely new look and feel that includes docking tool windows. It also has auto-hide tool windows as well as supports code page including UTF-8. Its calculator allows people to edit/display bottom 64 bits and users can instantly drag bookmarks as well as mark with their mouse. They can also assign keystroke macros for menu/button/key.
Those users who have used this excellent product say that its interface is very simple to use as well as similar to Windows users. Moreover it comes with undo changes and unlimited undo including the cursor moves. Users will find a Windows tab that will assist them in viewing as well as jumping to any window that is open. Its highlighter mode will allow users to remember bytes that are important. It comes with an in-built calculator that has been integrated with macros. Users will come across features like decimal/hex addresses, autofix, RO, INS/OVR, and many more in this tool.
The main window allows for drag-drop of files and users can use low priority thread for background searches. The status bar offered by this tool allows for background count and search progress. Users can configure all colours as well as save them in colour schemes. It has the ability of displaying OEM/IBM graphics also. Users have the option of changing fonts, increasing or decreasing font size, adding footers/headers, printing preview, and printer margins. It comes with a full clipboard support for ASCII, binary, and so on. Free Edit binary files tool comes with Find Tool option that helps people in simple searching by using text or hex searches. In order to provide fast jump, they will have to find the address tools and can also compare different files as well as parts of same file. People can open several files using cmd line or open dialog. It supports keystroke macros with the error levels.