Disk Editor tool uses a simple, low-level disk viewer which displays information in binary and text modes at the same time. You can use this view to analyze the contents of data storage structure elements such as: Hard disk drives, Floppy drives, Partitions, Other objects. The Main Features: Enhanced template view; Side-by-side Compare and Edit; Fields coloring with data in tooltips; Extensive exFAT support; Fast navigation points; Filling selection with a pattern; Unicode support; Quick Disk Info; Bookmarks; Data Inspector.
July 14, 2013
Version: Active@ Disk Editor 2.1
Free, ran in Windows 7.
I downloaded this free app for one reason and one reason only: to view the binary contents of a particular file. This program does not support that (if it does, I didn't see it.)
Even the most rudimentary sector editors allow you to open a particular file by name and not simply display the contents of an entire disk from byte 0.
If this feature *does* exist in this program, it's not readily obvious (no option under the File menu) and therefore deserves no more than 2 stars. (I did not attempt to write any sectors using this program to say whether it's fully compatible with Win7.)