CHM (Compiled HTML Help) is a format of help files, which is developed by Microsoft for publishing help manuals with their software and application releases. CHM is a compiled file which consists of hyperlinked table of contents referring towards corresponding main content. As it is a compiled HTML help file, users are unable to publish/extract single page or multiple pages from a CHM file. NorthBright CHM Tool is a decompiler which is built especially to let user extract either specific page(s) from the CHM file or decompile all the included content.
The simple interface will let you easily get started with decompiling CHM file. All that is required is to specify CHM file and Output folder to save the decompiled CHM content.
It will immediately decompile the content into HTML files. This procedure will decompile all the CHM file content, if you need to save only a single page, open the CHM file and move to the page which you want to be extracted in HTML format. Now launch the application, it will automatically find the opened CHM page source and allow you to quickly decompile the page’s content. Click Save to specify the location of output folder.
The application worked fine during testing and decompiled one hefty CHM file in couple of seconds.
It runs on all Windows based OS, we tested it on Windows 7 x86 system.
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