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What's the best free hex file viewer for windows?

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Good list of hex editors en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_hex_editors –  Alex Bolotov May 7 '09 at 11:01

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I use NotePad++ with the HEX plugin.

Keith

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I've tried this and it does a pretty good job. Thanks –  Nick R May 6 '09 at 21:09

It's been a long time since I last needed a hex editor, but back in the days, I always used WinHex: http://www.x-ways.net/winhex/

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1Fh is a lightweight one that'll display all 256 characters, not just the printable ones.

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I've found XVI 32 to be free handy tool.

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How about HEdit.

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PSCX for PowerShell includes Format-Hex with quite a few options.

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I use HHD's hex editor.

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Editor for vim user bvi

Good list of hex editors http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_hex_editors

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