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Hex Editor Neo Installation
Hex Editor Neo installation package is an executable file signed with HHD Software's digital signature.You can verify the validity of the downloaded file using Windows Explorer.
After downloading the installation file, follow the on-screen instructions to install the product on your computer. Do not forget to restart it if requested.
Free Hex Editor Neo Default Working Space with Oasis Color Scheme
Hex Editor offers the unique feature called multiple selection. Unlike in most other editors, where you are only allowed to select a contiguous text or data, Hex Editor allows you to have several contiguous ranges (or blocks) in a selection. In addition, you are not limited in a number of such contiguous blocks, there can be as many blocks as you need.
By default, the multiple selection feature is enabled. When you start selecting data, all previously selected data remains selected.
More details on multiple selection in the Hex Editor Neo documentation.
Free Hex Editor Neo Floating Layout with Autohiding History Pane
Any docked tool window frame may be auto-hidden. To auto hide a frame, click the Auto Hide button.
Four auto-hide bars are located on four application window sides. They are hidden when empty and appear as soon as you add at least one frame to it. When you auto-hide a docked frame, it chooses one of four auto-hide bars, depending on the docked position.
Each docked window's tab in the auto-hidden frame is displayed on the auto-hide bar. Two auto-hidden frames are separated from each other with a slightly larger gap. Dragging mouse over the tab opens corresponding tool window. The tool window smoothly drives out of the auto-hide bar. Click in the tool window to switch keyboard focus to it if you need to provide any keyboard input to the window. The window is automatically closed (quickly drives back into the auto-hide bar) when keyboard focus is lost by the window and mouse cursor is not over it.
More details on auto-hidden tool windows in the Hex Editor Neo documentation.
Free Hex Editor Neo Classic Layout NC Color Scheme
The workspace is divided into one or more frames. Each frame contains one or moreeditor window.
Each editor window is represented by a tab in a frame. The document's file name is displayed on each tab. Click on a tab to switch to the window. If there are too much tabs in a frame that they cannot fit in it, the Scroll Left and Scroll Right (arrows) buttons are enabled. Use them to scroll the tabs to the left or right correspondingly.
More details on editor windows placement in the Hex Editor Neo documentation.