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How can i Convert Jar Files Into Exe ?

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i have a jar executable file and im trying to convert it into exe. Tried to find alot but couln't get it hope someone help :) thanks in advance
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You might read this: http://www.excelsior-usa.com/articles/java-to-exe.html

You might also think why you want to do it; it won't run faster.

;JOOP!
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There are plenty of free softwares available for download and you can use any of them to convert a jar file to exe file. If you are doing a Java project, you can directly create an exe file using the JSmooth software available for free download. Also you can go for Advanced Installer which will help you creating an exe file directly from Eclipse IDE files in case you are using Eclipse IDE for your Java Development.

Hope this helps.
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