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It is possible to compile Java into EXE using GCJ, however as of now you cannot make EXE's that use Swing classes from GCJ, the best approach is to use the Eclipse SWT GUI classes.
Last time I checked Java Swing has not been ported to GCJ yet, but I think there are open source projects trying to port swing functionality over so that you could compile to an EXE using Swing classes.
Btw, everything I've mentioned is free, no need to buy anything.
If you want an exe cos u want to launch the app in a sinlge click then y dont u opt for JAR files??(a bit messy procedure though).No need for thridparty tools too then.just search the net and you ll get lots of tuts for creating JAR files