Resource Tuner Console is a stand-alone command-line application for Windows, designed to automatically edit resources in large numbers of 32 and 64-bit executable files. If you need to update existing resources, delete, or add new icons and strings for several hundred files, you are more than likely going to want some way to implement this with a batch file. Whenever large numbers of files have to be processed or to be accessible through scripting / batching, you need Resource Tuner Console. Resource Tuner Console fully supports Unicode. It allows you to edit strings in and work in multiple languages. No more struggling with OEM/ANSI code pages! Make your applications and data operable and accessible in different languages! Application developers often need a command-line utility to allow modification of file version information on existing Windows EXE or DLL files. While these files already contain a Version Info resource (embedded into the executable during linking), Resource Tuner Console enables you to automatically stamp their version during the release process to insure consistency. If these files contain no Version Info resource, Resource Tuner Console will create this resource for you. Resource Tuner Console can handle a variety of different 64-bit PE ("portable executable") file types, including .EXE, .DLL, .SCR, .CPL, Device Drivers (.SYS), OCX Controls, and Borland Libraries (.dpl and .bpl).