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Freeware (Free)
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6.27 MB
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2271
Platform:
Windows (All Versions)
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Publisher's Descriptions
UTFCast is designed like a handy tool for batch converting text files to UTF-8 encoding. It can convert a directory full of text files and keep the whole directory structure intact. Just select the source directory, output destination, and click Start. Nothing could be more simpler than this.


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