Self-Extracting Archive Utility 17.3 review
Compresses multiple files into a single, professional installation program.
Self-Extracting Archive Utility 16.0 is install & setup software developed by Gammadyne Corporation.
Self-Extracting Archive Utility (SEAU) compresses multiple files into a single, professional installation program. It supports uninstallation, multiple languages, interface customization, license agreements, readme files, file associations, DOS batch operations, multiple disk spanning, DLL installation, automated installations, patches, expiration dates, shared files, command line archive building, and much more.
This development software is shareware, which means you can download and use Self-Extracting Archive Utility 16.0 for free during the trial period (usually for 30 days). At the expiration of the period you will have to buy the install & setup product for $49.99. Self-Extracting Archive Utility 16.0 is available at regnow and Gammadyne Corporation website. Self-Extracting Archive Utility 16.0 supports different languages (including English). It works with Windows 98/XP/Vista.
Latest Self-Extracting Archive Utility 16.0 does not contain any spyware and/or advertise modules, allowing installing it with no worries concerning valuable information loss.
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