From time to time, most of us need to send files to another person across the Internet, or perhaps make files available for download, from our homepage. The obvious choice would be to collect the files within a ZIP or similar archive. Another option would be to create a basic installer that enabled the end-user to place the files in a particular location on their drive and perhaps add a link from their Start Menu.
Inno Setup 5.1.11 is a free installer designer that will enable non-programmers to produce their own semi-professional installation routine. It's designed for people who need to get files across to other users, but need flexibility in how these files are offered to the user. Where they are installed, how the end-user access the files and more.
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Greenland crater one of the 25 largest impact craters on Earth
This long-sought progenitor star was identified in an image captured by Hubble in 2007