installers


RedShift – added 10/16/2005

RedShift enables you to create a very simple, smart looking software installer in seconds. RedShift builds a single, self contained executable file which you can then distribute. RedShift displays a realtime preview of your installer while you are working – saving you time since you don’t need to keep rebuilding just to see if everything looks OK.


Install-It – added 6/16/2005

When burned to the root of a CD, Install-It will automatically launch when the CD is inserted and display a list of program setup files which have been burned onto the CD.


Tarma Installer – added 06/09/2004

Tarma Installer creates fast, compact, and friendly Windows-compliant multilingual software installers for Microsoft Windows 95, 98, Me, NT 4, 2000 and XP platforms, with a small distribution size, a straightforward and simple user interface, and smart install and uninstall behavior.


Inno Setup – added 3/27/2005

Inno Setup is an installer for Windows programs. First introduced in 1997, Inno Setup today rivals and even surpasses many commercial installers in feature set and stability.


Nullsoft Installer – added 3/27/2005

NSIS (Nullsoft Scriptable Install System) is a tool that allows programmers to create such installers for Windows. It is released under an open source license.


GkSetup – added 3/27/2005

GkSetup is a Setup-toolkit for Windows 95, 98, ME NT4 and Windows 2000. It allows you to create professional installations for your software. The self-extracting single-file Setups are ideal for internet distribution. The easy user interface will reduce your support calls.


Paquet Builder – added 3/27/2005

Paquet Builder is a mix between a Zip, 7-Zip and Cab Self-Extracting file archive maker, and an advanced software Setup routine generator. Featuring powerful and versatile options, it can output several types of compact Self-Extractors for professional file and software delivery.


Little Setup Builder – added 3/27/2005

A setup-maker that lets you build your own installation program.