Change in default behavior: The PrivilegesRequired [Setup] section
directive now defaults to admin. The default in all previous versions was
none. More often than not, installations do need administrative privileges
to run successfully; therefore, none should not be used unless you have
actually tested your installation on unprivileged accounts.
On Windows Vista, the setting of the PrivilegesRequired directive now
influences whether elevated rights are requested when the installation is
started under a user account that does not have administrative privileges.
Installations built with previous versions of Inno Setup always requested
elevation on Vista. Beginning with this version, elevation will not be
requested if the user is unprivileged and PrivilegesRequired is set to none.
On Windows Vista, the uninstaller will no longer request elevation when
Setup was never run with administrative privileges.
URLs (web site addresses) may now be specified in the Filename parameter
of [Icons] section entries. When a URL is detected, Setup will create an
Internet Shortcut (.url) file instead of a regular shortcut.
(Note: While you could sometimes get away with specifying URLs in previous
versions of Inno Setup, it was never recommended because the shortcuts would
fail to resolve on Windows 95 or NT 4.0. Internet Shortcuts, on the other
hand, will work on any version of Windows, as long as Internet Explorer is
Added workaround for bug in the 64-bit version of Windows Vista: The
fields on the User Information wizard page would default to
Pascal Scripting: Added new FontExists function.
The uninstall program's version is now 220.127.116.11.
Program Information Category:
Tools and Utilities Type:
Free Version: 5.1.9 Size: 1.32MB Works on: Windows