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CHM to HTML file converter

Want to convert your chm file (Windows html help file) or e-book to html file and view that in your web browser or Pocket PC? CHM decoder does it well. This tool work easily and quickly.

CHM Decoder is a free tool to decode (decompile) your CHM file (Compiled Windows HTML Help) or e-book and extract all source files. The program supports command line. Using batch mode, you can convert several documents simultaneously.

Working is simple, download (465kb) and unzip the software, no installation required. Run the app by clicking on the ‘chmdecoder’ exe file and click on ‘open’ to open a chm file and then click on ‘go’ button. It immediately converts in to html file.


  1. Btw, if you want to convert your chm to full featured browser-based help system (i.e. not just decomiple it) you can try chm2web. It's not free, but you can convert all your helps during the 30-day trial period. :) Google it! :)


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