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on Jan 24, 2012 in windows
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I’ve been looking for a free and lightweight Hex Editor in Windows for years. Many of them is not free or a shareware. Finally found one that suffice my need, it’s called XVI32 by Christian Maas.
It’s created using Delphi, super cool!!! I thought it’s created using (Visual) C++.
Moreover, it’s working on Linux flawlessly
), here’s my screenshot opening an MP4 file using XVI32
under Linux (usually I would use GHex):
Although Windows 7 is not mentioned on XVI32 homepage but I assure you, it’s fully working on Windows 7 without any issue, I’m also using Windows 7 as secondary OS.
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