Installer Vise helps shareware authors and other software developers create installation programs for the distribution of software. Though the program is configured for the novice developer, it's powerful enough to be compatible with commercial products from large software companies. This fully functional demo will walk you through the process of creating an installer. With it, you can create custom install locations, which can then be selected directly from the Install To pop-up menu. Programmers can also now take advantage of Active Install, the Web installation technology used to deliver Internet Explorer 4.0. Installer Vise can also deliver software over the Internet - customers can download a small installer with the ability to download just the software pieces they desire. The program can also build standalone updater applications, as well as updaters for inclusion within an installer. In addition, languages supported by the built installer can be set per build destination. You can also set Installer Vise to import and merge other resources into a localization file.
|License||Free to try|
|File Size||17.29 MB|
|Operating System||Windows 2000 Windows Windows 95 Windows Me Windows 98 Windows NT|
|System Requirements||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000|