FilePacker is a 32-bit Windows application that can be used to temporarily remove the runtime engines that are used by some programming languages. It comes with a wizard-orientated design interface that enables you to easily and quickly create a stand-alone executable of your software for easier distribution. FilePacker can accomplish this by placing the runtime engines and other project files into a self-extracting executable that is extracted to one of the twenty build in extraction directories. FilePacker also has the capability to compress the project files by using the zlib compression library. You can even protect your executable with a password or you can display a dialog box, with a progress bar, that will display the percentage of data that has been extracted. After extracting the project files, FilePacker can launch up to sixty-four executables simultaneously. FilePacker can also delete the extracted project files after the running executables are closed.
Version 1.2 improves Windows Vista support.