"Extract data from any Inno Setup installer"
InnoExtractor is a powerful tool that you can use to extract the internal files of Inno Setup installers and more.
The application can be useful if you don't have administrative privileges to run a setup pack, for example. It does not have a wide range of features available, but InnoExtractor can be easily figured out, even by less skilled users.
The app is wrapped in a user-friendly interface with an intuitive layout. You can load an executable file by using either the file browser or "drag and drop" method; its contents are automatically displayed in the main frame, and you can simply open a file, just like you normally would in Explorer.
These files can be extracted to a user-defined location and format, whether we are talking about a local folder, ZIP archive or SFX module.
Aside from locating a specific file, you can decrypt a password-protected Inno installer or view its properties (total files, size, compiler version, compression method, encryption status), disable the detection of embedded files, switch to a different language for the UI, as well as integrate InnoExtractor into the shell and empty the application cache.
InnoExtractor is low-demanding concerning the CPU and system memory, and it has a good response time. We have not come across any issues throughout our evaluation; the app did not hang, crash or display error notifications. Thanks to its intuitive features, InnoExtractor pleases the entire audience who prefers a straightforward method to extract files from Inno setup packs.
- Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/8.1.
- Inno Setup-based installers.
Softpedia description and review for InnoExtractor
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Posted 06 March 2014 - 09:52 PM
Posted Yesterday, 01:07 AM
This will be a useful companion to Universal Extractor, which often gags on Inno setup files.
There were a couple of things I think should be changed about the installer script for this program, on its next release though:
1) Installation by default to a non-standard location (C:\Programs). Yes, we can move the folder after install, but why should we have to?
2) A desktop shortcut but no menu shortcut... why?
3) Without any announcement or option, opening the browser to a Facebook page (I didn't see what the page was called, as FB is blocked at the DNS level on my network) after completion of the install. This may be helpful to some, but I felt tracked by this action.
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