It can be a dilemma for some. You create your very first self-running home DVD and you want to get this to the rest of your family, located in different areas of the world. You could create a ZIP file and let them extract the files and work out where they've been extracted and what they need to do with the contents. Another option would be to supply an ISO file from your homepage. However, they'd need a disc burning package and knowledge of importing an ISO file to burn to disc. The best option might be to grab the files and package them within a self-extracting archive. They'd only have to double-click the exe file and you could even make it run a file after extraction, automatically.
CreateInstall Free 4.13.2 is a tool that you can use to package up files as a self-extracting archive. However, it's more powerful than this and even enables you to create your own installation routine.
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