Powerful and easy to use Windows Installer authoring tool. Install, update and configure your products safely, securely and reliably. Windows Installer is becoming the “de facto” software installation technology on Windows. Being preinstalled on the latest Microsoft operating systems, and also bundled with the most popular productivity packages (Office, etc.) this software installer provides a significant number of power features that improve application management and administration. This power doesn’t come without pitfalls, and the most important of them all is the complexity. Creating an MSI file requires careful planning and editing of dozens of database tables. Hundreds of pages of documentation must be read, countless lists of rules must be followed. Building a Windows Installer package may take days or even weeks. This is where a MSI creation tool comes to help.
Save on training costs: User friendly, completely GUI driven, with no scripts to learn, no databases to edit and no XML to write
Save time to market: Develop with wizards, import existing IDE projects, integrate into automated build tools and source control systems.
Save on development costs: Hundreds of powerful features ready to use with just a few mouse clicks. Tons of functionality configurable for your installers.
Reduce your support costs: Fewer number of incidents due to improper installers. Enjoy reliable installers crafted with obsessive attention to detail.
Save on additional tool purchases: Included updater, launcher, bootstrapper, trialware, serial validation, dialog editor, additional languages and countless others.
Increase customer satisfaction: Robust installers based on standard Windows Installer technology offering rollbacks, patches, autoupdates, etc.
Save on consulting: Advanced Installer’s fanatical support team stands ready to help you with any installer questions you may have.
Save on migration tools: Leverage existing investments. Repackage older installers, import MSIs, WiX projects. Use open formats, avoid proprietary traps. Source: filehorse