"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.
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