FlexHEX edits raw binary files, OLE compound files, logical disks, physical drives, and can inspect, modify, insert, search, or replace binary, ASCII, or UNICODE data. The editor fully supports advanced NTFS features, such as alternate streams or sparse files.
While providing a full set of features for editing raw hex bytes, FlexHEX also supports editing binary data as typed values in a number of formats. The data conversion functions let a user easily import or export binary data, or just drag-and-drop them to/from another application.
In addition to the powerful editing functions, FlexHEX includes the unlimited Undo/Redo list, so there is no risk of losing work because of a typing error.
FlexHEX offers a rich set of navigation and tracking functions for browsing data. The bookmarks, the area lists, the jump history, and other convenient tools make inspecting binary files easy and straightforward.
Software professionals will like handy tools for string and GUID search, checksum computation, random number generation, and browsing COM classes. The advanced stream comparison function efficiently locates matching blocks in any binary data source, be it files, drives, or alternate streams.