Almost all of you have probably worked with a setup file or an installer package if you’ve ever installed or removed programs on your computer. Did you know that you can extract the contents of such setup packages and installers without actually installing the program? Universal Extractor is a program designed specifically for this purpose.
Universal Extractor allows you to extract files from a number of archive/installer file types including Windows installer packages (.msi), Inno setup packages, StuffIt (.sit) files, ACE archives, KGB archives, Pea archives, etc. The software is lightweight (only 5MB), pretty easy to use and even has context menu integration. Universal Extractor is free and there is no need for cracks or keygens.
Something interesting I found with the help of this program is that some small applications do not need installing at all even though they come bundled with sophisticated installers. When this is the case, you can just extract and run em like portable software, without cluttering your registry with additional entries.
More information about this application can be found on Universal Extractor homepage.
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