December 31, 2011
Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows XP / Windows 2K
InstEd Download For Windows is a tool for making and modifying MSI files. To put it simply, MSI files are Microsoft Setup files. Those are Microsoft Windows application installation files. With this tool, you can make setup files for your own software. Then, you can distribute a single compressed file to users that contains everything they need to run your program, including all the files they need to run the program, the instructions they need to place the various components in the appropriate folders, and any additional information you’d like to provide.
From our software archive, you may get InstEd version 18.104.22.168 for free. Here’s an alternate version: The most popular version of the software downloaded is 1.5. Typically, the InstEd installer is referred to by its executable filename, InstEd.exe.
In addition, you can edit table column details, view the current code package, validate files, merge modules, import/export table data from/to IDT file format, delete tables, view a summary with information about the installer (for example, title, author, subject, comments, keywords, platform, package code, creation date, languages, schema, security), and more.
Our in-house antivirus software checked this file and found it to be virus-free. Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10, and 11 32-bit editions are fully compatible with InstEd. The newest available installation package can be obtained in a size of 4.4 MB. TNE Enterprises is responsible for the development of this free tool. The program is classified under Distribution, which is subcategory of Development Tools.
Overall, InstEd is a useful toolkit for creating and modifying MSI files, and it can be used by anyone, regardless of their degree of knowledge. Unfortunately, it hasn’t been updated in quite some time, and as a result, it may not work properly with more recent OSes.
How to install InstEd?
1. Download the file.
2. Open the application and click on "Install ".
3. Follow the steps that appear on the screen.