Freeware tool for creating software installers for Windows applications. Actual Installer Free packages application files and creates a single EXE file ready for distribution. With an intuitive interface, creating an installer takes just minutes.
Nov 18, 2016 20:39:31
Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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Description: Freeware tool for creating software installers for Windows applications. Actual Installer Free packages application files and creates a single EXE file ready for distribution. With an intuitive interface, creating an installer takes just a few minutes. The produced setup files are fully compatible with latest Windows versions including 64-bit editions. The program supports all the basic features of installers: multi-language installation, license agreements, ReadMe, customizing Setup Wizard interface, creating shortcuts, editing Registry and INI files, system requirements and more.
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