Convert HTML to Unicode Text Command Line

Windows XP/2003/Vista/7/8/10

Unicode text is a computing industry standard for the consistent encoding, representation and handling of text expressed in most of the world's writing systems. Usually, Unicode is implemented with such encodings as UTF-8, UTF-16 and the now-obsolete UCS-2. HTML, in its turn, is file format that formats text, tables, images, and other content that is displayed on the page; it is mainly used for web pages. If you are experiencing problems when viewing web-pages, you might want to convert HTMK to Unicode text. You can do this easily with Total HTML Converter.

But, if you are using a web-server, you might need a special server HTML to Unicode text converter. CoolUtils is happy to present an advanced version of Total HTML Converter, Total HTML Converter X. It is designed specifically to convert HTML to unicode text on server and offers you numerous options:

You can convert HTML to Unicode text on server

You can convert HTML to Unicode text, no GUI

You can convert HTML to Unicode text without interrupting messages

You can convert files within other programs thanks to command line

You can convert HTML to Unicode text and PDF, DOC, XLS, JPEG, TIFF, PNG, TXT, RTF, TXT, etc.

To complete the conversion, all you need to do is to enter the following command once you download Total HTML Converter X:

HTMLConverter.exe C:\Web\Index.htm C:\Graphics\File1.html -c TXT, where

C:\Web refers to catalogue,

File.html refers to file in C:\Graphics catalogue,

-c refers to convert operation,

And, TXT at the end of the command points at required target format.

You can do much more using Total HTML Converter X; a full list of commands supported by this program is available on the official website of CoolUtils.

Download the free trial version of Total HTML Converter X and convert HTML to Unicode text, ActiveX enabled for 30 days at no charge! Or click here to purchase the fully functional server license of Total HTML Converter X!

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