Any software developed nowadays probably needs several files to be able to work. Simply with the executable, an uninstaller and some libraries we already have several files that necessarily have to be distributed together, so to avoid greater problems it's better to join all of these files in a single EXE file with an application like Alloy.
Integrate programs into a single EXE
Alloy is a software application that merges all the files that you choose in a unique EXE with the main purpose of making its distribution much easier, giving the user the sensation that he is really launching a single file.
Furthermore, this program compresses the files, so what used to be a load of very big files with Alloy can become a unique file with an ordinary size, even maintaining the icon of the original EXE file.
Alloy allows the user to compress and join in a single file programs generated with any programing language because it manages all the accesses to the drive with assembly code, this means, a low-level language.