MSI to EXE compiler is a professional solution to convert MSI to EXE with minimal overhead and maximal compatibility. MSI to EXE compiler allows you to assign custom icon to the installer. Compiler can be used from command line or in GUI mode.
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"Didn't work, and had malware!"
Version: MSI to EXE Compiler 126.96.36.199
None. Don't use it.
Installed fine but when converted the first package the .exe didn't work and immediately PC Tools detected a "High Risk Threat". Uninstalling as we speak...
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