How can I turn a batch file into an EXE file?

Episode 1283

Fred from Temecula, CA

Fred has written a batch file that will check IDs for his clients. But he's not a fan of batch files and would prefer an EXE. Leo says he can get a batch file compiler that can turn his batch file into an EXE file, but at this stage, using Python or Ruby to do what he wants to do is probably a batter way to go. That way he can compile it and turn it into an installable file. It'll also be more compatible. PowerShell is another option for Windows only users.