Automatically migrate your project customizations from the first version of a repackaged application, while repackaging a newer version.
Easily create new PowerShell scripts or integrate existing ones into your installer with the predefined custom actions.
Install and configure your Windows Service using an MSI/EXE setup.
Advanced Installer will be again sponsoring this year's AppManagEvent conference, one of the best places to learn about app packaging, virtualization, desktop management, mobile device management, privilege management, and much more.
Microsoft Ignite 2017 is just around the corner, and as usual, the Advanced Installer team will be attending. Come and talk with our passionate developers and experts at Booth #1655 to learn about the newest features of Advanced Installer, attend live training sessions, and get our free SWAG.
Advanced Installer projects can now be built on your hosted agents using our extensions and Visual Studio Team Services, making the packaging process a lot smoother for your team.
Synchronizing folders can make the installer creation process faster and easier by automatically detecting and syncing to Advanced Installer changes made to the installer files on your disk.
Reach more users, create installers for an international market with just a few clicks.
Getting your Win32/.NET application in the Windows Store has never been easier, thanks to Microsoft’s Desktop Bridge support you can start migrating your app in just a few hours. You can read our introduction about the Desktop Bridge if this is your first encounter with this technology.
Getting your application in the Windows Store can be at times a difficult process, this is why Advanced Installer helps you with Windows App Certification Kit(WACK) validation, to make sure your app is ready to publish.
Building packages can be quite challenging and complicated at times, this is why Advanced Installer offers a way to have an overview of your package content as well as creating reports to document the entire process.
Advanced Installer comes with a multitude of languages built-in, but there are cases when you need to localize a new language or change an existing one.
In a global market, it is essential to make the installation process of your software as easy to understand as possible; localizing your installer UI is one of the most important actions you can take.
Back in June 2007, we launched version 5.0 of Advanced Installer and introduced all our users with the first version of the Repackager. It was the start of a wonderful journey into a new realm of application (re)packaging, which has brought many great results to our users and us.
A deep dive into our recent major release, Advanced Installer 14, on the updates it brings for Windows 10 Creators Update.
Install numerous instances of your application on a single machine by using Advanced Installer’s built-in Multiple Instances feature.
You may be wondering why you should repackage your application to the new AppX format for desktop applications, what are the advantages? Here are only a few:
If you are attending BUILD, in Seattle, visit the Advanced Installer booth on the expo floor. We’ve got some great new tools to showcase from our latest release. Together with our Microsoft colleagues, we’ve worked hard over the last couple of months to help you get your desktop application in the Windows Store and reach new users.
Debug your desktop application inside an UWP app container (Desktop Bridge) using the Visual Studio 2015 and 2017 extension from Advanced Installer Professional edition, or higher.
The digital transformation has changed the way users work across a new generation of devices. If in the past, traditional computers were the only gateway to the digital world for both enterprise and traditional users, the mobile revolution has changed the way people access to digital information: smartphones and tablets have become, more and more, a companion to traditional desktop apps. However, despite this transformation, there are still millions of desktop solutions on the market and the enterprise-ready devices with a mouse and a keyboard are still the most effective way to achieve full productivity.