install4j is a useful tool for building Java application installation packages. Java programmers can easily use this tool to provide programs written in Java in the form of an installation package. You can easily create different pages such as welcome page, license page, components page required for installation, making icons on the desktop and Quick Launch, installation location, and so on. If you have written a program that has services to install on the destination operating system, here you can introduce those services to the program to be installed and run in the software installation process. You will be able to show the desired message to the user after the installation process or run the program automatically.
At any stage of the work you can delete, add or modify the settings of previous pages. The program environment is very simple, the installation steps are displayed step by step. The program also has a powerful script editor with a large number of ready-made scripts with which you can prepare the most complex installation packages. You can output installation fables for different platforms. In addition to building an installer, you will also be able to build a program removal package. Sometimes the software removal process is not simple and requires scripting and checking conditional statements. In this case, using the scripting capabilities of this tool, you can prepare a program removal package. For the installation file, you can select an icon, display the images you want on the installation pages, and other common tasks found in most installers.
Features and specifications of install4j software:
- Simple graphical environment and step-by-step steps to build installation packages
- Powerful script editor with lots of scripts ready for different purposes
- Has a command line compiler
- Ability to build silent installation packages
- Ability to define icons and images for different installation pages
- Ability to install and run services while installing the program
- Ability to create multilingual installation and removal packages
Read the Readme.txt file in the Crack folder.