Easy Hosts File Editor

Easy Hosts File Editor is a forthright software solution intended to help you safely edit the content of the hosts file and create version backups for fast retrieval.
Intended to meet the requirements of both beginners and more experienced users, the application features two different functioning modes, suggestively name d ‘Basic’ and ‘Advanced’. You are prompted to choose between the two at each launch.
Easy to use for beginners
In the ‘Basic’ mode, the application displays a structured table where you can enter the domains or subdomains and their corresponding local or remote IP addresses that you want to be included in the hosts file. For your convenience, the contents of the table can be saved locally in XMl format and loaded at a later time.
When you are done editing the hostnames and the IP addresses, Easy Hosts File Editor can generate a new hosts file and save it to your computer. In order for your system to read it automatically, you have to move it to the default location in Windows and there is a dedicated option that can help you do that without a lot of effort.
Advanced options for seasoned users
The ‘Advanced’ mode is a bit different, in the way that you get to create a hosts file from scratch, without any help. Easy Hosts File Editor can load the current hosts file, enabling you to read its content.
Just like in ‘Basic’ mode, the changed file can be saved to the program’s directory and the original hosts file can be replaced with a single click.
Edit the hosts file with ease
Thanks to its dual approach, Easy Hosts File Editor is very easy to work with, enabling you to easily map hostnames to their corresponding IP addresses. However, be sure to know what you are doing, since any modifications in the hosts file affects the network configuration and might result in the impossibility to reach a particular host.

Easy Hosts File Editor


Easy Hosts File Editor



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Home and business users alike can easily edit the hosts file and generate an updated copy of the file. The new version can be saved in your default location and then set to run automatically.

Edit Hosts File

Edit Hosts File by Easy Hosts File Editor is a forthright solution intended to help you safely edit the content of the hosts file. It enables you to map hostnames to their corresponding IP addresses eea19f52d2


The regions of your Wii ISO files can be changed, allowing you to play your favorite games in any region in the world.
You can also create your own custom-made ISOs with the included custom tool.

No installation or modification of the operating system required.

You can choose any other standard directory as an output location.

You can easily create multiple ISOs using the same database.

Windows Vista and later versions of Windows are supported.


When you run the file on a computer that has Java installed, the tool will run automatically.
You don’t have to download anything.

If you want to run the program from a USB flash drive or other portable storage unit, you can also run the application from your machine to start the program manually.

If you can’t find any files in the ISO file list, you can remove the tool to prevent any lingering files from appearing.

You can change the format of the output file, and you can change the name of the output file, or you can use a custom file name.

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How to Create Custom Wii ISOs with WiigionFree:

For first-time users, it is recommended to run the WiigionFree Wizard first to create a database that contains all the Wii ISO files you have backed up.

Next, you can use the Wizard to create a custom ISO file and use the option to save it to a standard directory.

We can use the “Custom ISO” option to create a custom ISO file of any size and format, and the output directory can be set to a standard location on your computer.

We can also use the custom file option to use a custom file name for the output file.

Next, we can use the “Custom option” to set the region of the output file, the output format, the output directory and the custom file name.

If you want to change the region of the Wii ISO file from NTSC to PAL or vice versa, select the region from the drop-down list and click the button labeled “Apply”.

If you want to change the output format from NTSC to PAL, select the format from the drop-down list and click the button labeled “Apply”.

If you want to output the files to a USB flash drive, external hard drive or similar storage unit, you can select a standard directory from the drop-down list