The most popular alternative is Resource Hacker, which is free. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked 13 alternatives to ResEdit so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting ResEdit alternatives are Universal Extractor 2 (Free, Open Source), PE Explorer (Paid), Resource Tuner (Paid) and Restorator (Paid).
- Resource Hacker™ is a resource editor for 32bit and 64bit Windows® applications.
- Universal Extractor 2 is an unofficial updated and extended version of the original UniExtract by Jared Breland. It brings several hundred changes including community-wanted ones such as a batch mode, auto-updater and scan-only-functionality.
- PE Explorer is the most feature-packed program for inspecting the inner workings of your own software, and more importantly, third party Windows applications and libraries for which you do not have source code.
- Resource Tuner lets you view, extract, replace, edit, and delete the embedded resources of executable files: icons, strings, images, sounds, dialogs, menus - all that make up the visual part of your Windows programs.
- Restorator is an award-winning utility to edit windows resources in applications and their components, e.g. files with .exe, .dll, .res, .rc, .
- Flexible and extensible resource editor for Win32/PE applications under active development.
- ResourcesExtract is a small utility that scans dll/ocx/exe files and extract all resources (bitmaps, icons, cursors, AVI movies, HTML files, and more...
- "RisohEditor" is a free resource editor for Win32 development. RisohEditor realized the ideal of resource editor.
- View and extract resources from EXE, DLL, OCX, CPL or any other Windows 32 and 64 Bit PE file.
- XN Resource Editor is a free, powerful, fully featured resource editor and PE module explorer.