Release Date: November 14, 2005.
NSIS (Nullsoft Scriptable Install System) is a professional open source system to create Windows installers. It is designed to be as small and flexible as possible and is therefore very suitable for internet distribution. Being a user's first experience with your product, a stable and reliable installer is an important component of succesful software.
Looks are simple and the main application window provides access to additional resources that can be used, such as plug-ins or documentation data.
The compiler offers the possibility to create an installer from NSI scripts which can be easily loaded by dragging and dropping it straight into the MakeNSISW window. There are multiple compressors to pick from, the default being the one defined in the script.
At the end of the process users have the chance to test the installer in order to make sure that the operation concluded without a glitch.
Alternatively, the program can create an installer starting from a ZIP file. There aren’t too many options available, but you get to enter the name of the installer, choose between a modern or a classic interface as well as define the default path for extracting the data.
To make things easier there are predefined paths at your disposal. These can be anything from the temporary folder, the start menu, the desktop or the Program Files area. Again, there is the possibility to select a compressor and you can test the output file.
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