The application determines the type of installation package and allows you to install programs in "silent" mode (without user intervention). Supported installers: Inno Setup, Smart Installer, Wise installer, NSIS, RAR \ ZIP \ 7z \ 7z Setup \ Free Arc \ Microsoft Cab SFX, Msi, Ghost Installer Wizard, InstallAware Wizard, InstallShield, Setup Factory Installer, Install4j Wizad, Driver Genius Installer, Actual Installer, the files .inf, .msu, and others. The app allows you to create CMD files, configuration files for Windows Post Install Wizard, displays information about the use of disk information, about the processes,also can use custom commands and scripts. Contains function of batch uninstall in "silent mode".
- Installing apps in silent mode
- Creating CMD-files and WPI config files
- Can to use custom users command and scripts, simulated keystrokes
- Managment of installed app (remove,modify)
- Show & Copy information about installed apps
- Jump to registry key of installed app.
- Show & managmend Compatibility mode settings
- Autoclose windows and/or processes which may prevent the silent installation
- Show information about HDD usage
- Show information about commands lines of processes
- Managment of Startup
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How ignorant are you guys? You would think that a user that was seeking silent installations would understand that the process could be used maliciously. It is very common for trustworthy software that could be used in a malicious way to have hits on AV and Virus Total. Normally the author would say this in the info and not the comment section, but whatever. Next time you freak out like a baby contact the administration of SF and don't down comment the author.
If it was two with 2.9.1, now it is 4 with 3.0.1. virustotal.com analysis abcbc0193452aba21da2eefedf380498da5fa160d759d72c96b9ea953302747e/analysis/1463483638/ Antivirus Result Update Bkav W32.HfsAtITA.C841 20160517 McAfee-GW-Edition BehavesLike.Win32.Gupboot.tc 20160517 Qihoo-360 HEUR/QVM11.1.0000.Malware.Gen 20160517 Zoner Trojan.Generic 20160517
Version 18.104.22.168 (2016-03-18) still detected as virus in VirusTotal, also there's a suspicious text file named "adware.txt" that contains a list of antivirus and antiadware programs. I wouldn't trust the developer.