3.5 out of 5 stars 3.5 (99 votes)


Windows 7/8/2000/Vista/XP / Freeware / 5,809 downloads

InnoExtractor allows you to inspect all embedded files of installers and extract them to a local folder or a portable devices, without having to run the setup.

Some features include the ability to open installers by drag and drop from Windows Explorer; extract all embedded files of the installer (including the script) to a local folder, to zip package or to a self-extracting module; convert the CompiledCode.bin file of the installer to a readable assembly code file (for advanced users only); run embedded files; perform file searches by keyword; history for recently opened installers and more.

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  • Latest Changes

    - Added and improved support for new Inno Setup 5.5.8 and 5.5.9

    - Added new text highlighting for new [Files] section of InnoExtractor Text Viewer for the recent keywords

    - Improved application installer

    - Updated Innounp API to version 0.46: Increased max. LZMA dictionary size to 1Gb

    - Updated some minor text strings for Spanish and English language files

    - Changed a small issue for VirusTotal internal engine

Reviews of InnoExtractor

  1. 1 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing (Nov 27, 2015)

    Yes it's now adware and time to uninstall and switch to InnoEx 0.9 which is by default portable and comes with context/right-click option, runs perfectly.

  2. 3 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing (Oct 21, 2014)

    From v5.0.0.161 gone crippleware, some current features now removed, "donate" to upgrade to Plus version.

  3. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing (Apr 25, 2014)

    Don't shy away from CMD: It's an easy way to step outside of Windows.
    Some help for those who've never used cmd or are Unfamiliar.. ^_^

    CMD line version switches. For a *.exe file @Root C:\
    NOTE THE SPACES in the 2 strings Below.!!

    Start>Run . (Type) CMD (Click OK) CMD will launch & part of the String will be there
    C:\Documents and Settings\user>
    NOW.. Just add the command & switch. Where the command is: I want to use InnoExtractor to work with a .exe file @C:\
    & the switch is -v Verify, & then -x Xtract

    1) C:\Documents and Settings\user>innounp C:\*.exe -v
    2) C:\Documents and Settings\user>innounp C:\*.exe -x

    Where -v is Verification. Hit Enter. You get a list of the packed files.
    Where -x is Xtraction... "Happy" .. Hit enter & Xtract to "\user" folder.

    Note: Open Candy & other rubbish is USUALLY in a "temp" folder.
    Toolbars can be anywhere. Plugins or Add-Ons is a good place to look.
    After Extraction place all files in a new folder & Scan it to be sure.
    Extracting Installers this way, will "NOT" trigger your A/v... Keep Safe.. I/Ex 5*

  4. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing (Apr 24, 2014)

    The installer of InnoExtractor provided by Softpedia is clean.

  5. 1 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing (Apr 19, 2014)

    Will install a lot of crapware even when told not to install anything else. I am talking about the zip file that you have here,

    9cea8c78d644c964a90e6d40af114b74a106b919ff96014026fc09905dd1f7ca *
    719d314b81a24050bb9cd147230597eb4faafa0bf875850743bb0b9f53fdcbb7 *IE_Install.exe

    Search for these SHA256 checksums - you will see virustotal scans.

    SHA-1 checksums:

    0a0dedd08e928d853976e14d12829ff527cdc768 *
    34fa8d2caa884e8b1d6faee249e99b2f8c4aee52 *IE_Install.exe

    MD5 checksums:

    fb2b3ac54f0a2a7e09e26ecf651b73c6 *
    4fa0b3cd02cec68a505fbbf6b9f88938 *IE_Install.exe

    Fileforum, please remove this from this site.

    I noticed that softpedia has a file with different checksums.

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