To run EXE file in Windows, simply click on the file twice and wait while the system processes the necessary data and perform the start of the program. You may also need to run the utility with administrator privileges if required by the application. To do this, right click the executable and select "Run as administrator" on the shortcut menu.
If you are using Windows 7 or 8 to run applications developed to work on Windows XP, you'll need to make some adjustments. Right click on the executable file and select "Properties". In the list of available operations, click the tab "Compatibility".
Under "compatibility Mode" put a check mark next to "Run this program in compatibility mode". In the drop-down list select "Windows XP (service pack 3)" or earlier operating system if the program was released early. Then click OK and try to launch the app again.
If you run the EXE, there are various error messages, it is likely that the program is not working because of problems in its installation and the lack of necessary data for proper operation. To start the utility, try to make a reinstallation using the setup program again.
To run executable file in Linux operating systems, you can use the various emulators, including Wine. This utility emulation allows you to run most. EXE files with your own interface. Install Wine from the software Manager. Then to run the desired utility in EXE format, you will need to double-click the left mouse button on the desired file and wait until it downloads required data.
Try not to make download and run the EXE file, if you are not sure in their safety. Run only those executable files that you know.