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Typically, this conversion would make not much sense as exe (executables) rarely hold pictures (JPEG for example). Nevertheless, under some circumstances exe to jpg conversion may be possible. The most common example would be a self-extracting archive (.exe) that contains one or more compressed pictures (.jpg). In this case, executing the file in Windows environment should yield your files.

A much less common example would be a small program that views one or more pictures upon launching, for example a screensaver or compiled presentation of some sort. In this case you would have to find the original tool that made the .exe file and check for some decompiler tool.

Updated: September 13, 2018

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.

 

Additional links: Open exe file, Open jpg file

EXE

An exe file extension is traditionally used for main executable files since the times of MS-DOS. It was adopted for executables in Windows as well. Executables are files that launch programs.

Files with exe file suffix can also be found as special self-extracting compress archives. They are basically archives with a small executable program added so the end-user does not require any software to decompress it. Can be password protected.

JPG

Files with jpg file extension contain pictures, digital photos and other bitmap images. It is one of the most common image format used today.

A jpg file extension is associated with the CompactDRAW a graphics editing software. A jpg file stores e-JPG graphic data.

 

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