Convert MSI to EXE
MSI to EXE file creator software provide complete solution for generating executable installer file from any existing Microsoft .NET framework MSI installation packages and helps user to save EXE file at user specified location of hard disk. EXE builder application facilitate user to select the specific MSI files, specify installation paths and convert into EXE format without modifying the original functionality and attributes of corresponding application. MSI to EXE convertor application does not require any type of complex scripts, programming language, additional hardware or software to produce custom executable setup file. Powerful EXE builder program is cost effective software and you have no need to purchase any other costly software available in market. Graphical user interface based MSI to EXE creator software provide inbuilt step by step EXE builder help procedure for non technical user with both free and demo version of software and support all Microsoft windows operating system like 98, 2000, 2003 server, NT, ME, XP professional and all Vista editions. We suggest you to download free demo version of software to familiar with software working and procedure. MSI to EXE creator software features Creates executable EXE installer setup package from Microsoft Installer MSI file. Maintain originality and functionality of MSI installer file in created EXE file. Generate and save executable file in some steps as per describe in help manual. System variable support, which enable you to install the created EXE on computers with different system configurations. Creation of EXE setup does not require programming or scripting language, libraries or DLL files. Powerful, economical and user friendly application easily used by anyone. Convert MSI to EXE with minimal overhead and maximal compatibility.
Operating Sytem: Win98,WinME,WinNT 3.x,WinNT 4.x,Windows2000,WinXP,Windows2003,Windows Vista Starter,Windows Vista Home Basic,Windows Vista Home
Size: 860 kb
Manufacturer: Free data recovery software
Date Submitted: 2008-12-09