Distributing files across the Internet isn't easy. The most obvious way is to ZIP or archive them up, so they can be managed by any end-user. However, you'll be surprised to know that there are still quite a few people that do not know what to do with a ZIP archive. Worse, if they're presented with a .RAR archvie, they're stuck completely. Even if they managed to extract the files, often they are all over their desktop, or left in a folder on their desktop.
Self-Extracting Archive Utility 16.0 is a tool that will enable you to archive your files in to a self-extracting archive, that looks like an installer file. To the end-user, they think they think are executing a file and you can give them the option of selecting a destination for the files. For instance, you could extract the archived files to the end-users temporary directory or give them the choice of destination.
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