AutoRun files from your CDs. Additional options include forcing Windows to open your file with specific applications, specifying your own License Agreement, splash screen, error messages, download urls and more.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: ADEW's AutoRun CD software allows you to automatically open many types of documents from your CD, when the CD is inserted into the user's machine. It has many features, yet is simple to configure and use. You can even do initial testing without burning any CDs - saving you time and money.
It's features include the ability to open either a single file, or letting the user chose a file, creating a welcome message / your own License Agreement, install viewers (e.g. a PDF viewer), provide splash screen, change background colour of screen and more.
The software comes in two versions - Standard at $14.99 and Professional at $29.99, and can be purchased using a credit card over the internet, phone or fax. Not all features listed here are available in the Standard version.
Prices subject to change without notice. Certain restrictions apply, see site for latest product details and pricing.
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