Windows Post-Install Wizard (WPI) is a hypertext application designed for giving users choice. While Windows XP offers many ways of customizing the setup process out of the box, its major drawback is the lack of being able to select which applications an end user may install. In the past, end users and administrators needed to either download the files manually, or create overly complex scripts that could only be used once. This allows you to create one image, which can then be custom configured, and optionally, automated, so that end users can install any applications that have been configured into WPI.
- Added some (all?) of the Win8 Edition OSSKU info
- Better recognition of Win8
- Better recognition of IE 9 & 10
- Fixed getKeyboardID for x64 windows
- Fixed getPointingDevice for x64 windows
- Fixed getSoundDeviceID for x64 windows
- Conditions ConnectedToInternet will return true or false
- Conditions isDesktopLoaded will return true or false
- Conditions hasDVDDrive will return true or false
- Conditions hasDVDBurner will return true or false
- Removed duplicate hasDVDROM entry
Reviewing 8.1.0 (Apr 21, 2011)
This ver 8.1.0 was released August 25th, 2010
Reviewing 6.3 (Dec 7, 2007)
Lusono, you used the correct word and never even knew it. "Tool". P2P is a tool I and many others use and I think it's a wonderful one. I'm not lily white nor are most others but generally I believe we use it for good purposes.
Reviewing 6.2 (Aug 23, 2007)
I take exception to you saying that P2P is pure pirate. I use LimeWire and uTorrent to download Linux distributions every day. I have an iTunes account that I use for music. Your analysis is narrow minded. By using uTorrent for downloading Linux, I am also able to help out my fellow Linux enthusiast by sharing 'pieces' of the download - which underscores the brotherhood of Open Source and assistance.
On to WPI. I've used it - I like it. :-) Thank you for this program.
Reviewing 6.2 (Aug 13, 2007)
lusono would you stop obsessing over p2p?
WPI allows you to easily install many applications. You can choose which applications to install and/or add your own. For what it does WPI is very useful and its not meant to compete with or replace AutoPatcher.
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