Tag Archives: MSI

4 Ways to Safely Delete Unused MSI and MSP Files from Windows Installer Folder

class=”post-single-content”> id=”content” class=”thecontent” itemprop=”articleBody”> class=”adslot_1″> Solid State Drives (SATA and NVMe) are fast becoming the norm for many users to place their Windows install onto. Because prices for larger capacity drives are still quite expensive, many users have smaller capacity drives. If you have a smaller SSD or your Windows boot partition isn’t that large, you need to… Read More »

Uninstall Programs Packaged with Windows Installer (MSI) in Safe Mode

class=”post-single-content”> id=”content” class=”thecontent” itemprop=”articleBody”> class=”adslot_1″> Whenever you install a piece of software in Windows, most of the time it will come with its own dedicated uninstaller that allows you to safely remove the program from your computer. This is because software nowadays is becoming more and more complex and requires registering OCX or DLL files, adding or changing… Read More »

6 Ways to View and Extract Content from an MSI File

class=”post-single-content”> id=”content” class=”thecontent” itemprop=”articleBody”> class=”adslot_1″> There are several ways to install software and also a number of different solutions to create the setup file for end users to get the product installed onto their systems. Inno Setup, InstallShield and Null Scriptable Install System (NSIS) are software that help create a setup installer, another is Microsoft’s own Windows Installer.… Read More »