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Below is a selection of Tarma QuickInstall's project pages.

The project pages use a step-by-step approach to define your installer (note the large white arrows at the top right of each page), but also allows you to access each page individually (see the navigation area at the left).

Project page

The Project page defines the project information as seen by the customer and Windows.

Project page

The Tarma installer obviously has the most intuitive user interface of all installer packages I have evaluated. With no package a setup was created as quickly and easily as with Tarma Installer. I greatly like it! [Marc M., Switzerland]

Project - Files page

The Project - Files page lets you specify the files that must be installed or updated.

Project - Files page

I just bought Tarma Installer. Excellently programmed. You handle many nuances of the Win2000/XP install process that other installers only work around. [Mike A.]

Installation page

The Installation page controls the basic parameters for the installation process.

Installation page

What caused me to choose Tarma was its easy of use and setup. It seems to make all the intricacies about windows transparent. It is so very easy to follow and seems so very logically put together. If I could say more without sounding like a commercial I would. Thanks for such a fine product. I recommend it to all those who ask. [Dan M.]

Advanced page

The Advanced page controls the advanced installation options.

Advanced page

It is very flexible .. I need to create very unusual installers for different purposes, and Tarma seems to handle it all. The Actions are especially useful, as are the named variables that can be defined by registry/INI entries. Overall a great product! [Scott P.]

Build page

The Build page controls how the project is built to create the distribution package.

Build page

I like the simple step by step approach to configuration. Also I like the build check as it catches many simple errors. I also like the build logs that show you exactly what was done in what order. [Loren C.]