Iexpress.exe for creating self extracting packages

In this article, Learn about Iexpress.exe and its application. This is a technology from Microsoft and is used to create setup wizard for installing software.

Iexpress.exe is setup creation wizard. Simply put, Iexpress is a bunch of commands put in one executable file extension called .exe. Iexpress technology is used for "create a single self-extracting package from a set of files". Self extracted packages are used for installation of applications, executables, drivers, other system components, or setup bootstrappers.
Iexpress ScreenShot
screen shot of Iexpress.exe version 2

Features of Iexpress: The notable features include silent, hands-free installation of Internet Explorer. Iexpress supports upgrading without having to remove a previous installation. Iexpress supports refreshing, or installing over, the same build.

The latest version released of Iexpress.exe is V2 and it's coming with Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating system.

For example when we install any program in our windows we see the setup. This setup contains a data of MB, GB or required. You can check this by right clicking and seeing the properties. Setup of program contains necessary things required to install program correctly on your windows. To make easy it is patched in one setup program with Iexpress. The security is enhanced with this application. If some one changes the items in setup, chances are that it will corrupt whole setup and save your Windows.

Watch Video to learn more about Iexpress.exe

Follow the steps to start Iexpress.exe
1. Go to start
2. Type run
3. enter Iexpress.exe
4. Here is it

With Iexpress you can create a setup program for Windows installation. In video you can learn step by step how to create a needful things to create setup wizard. You can create setup file as shown video, before that take system backup for security. Its good if you have antivirus program on your system. Try it and learn the concepts of Microsoft for free with Techulator.


Guest Author: ador13 Apr 2014

Thanks for the post. This is a really a good post.

  • Do not include your name, "with regards" etc in the comment. Write detailed comment, relevant to the topic.
  • No HTML formatting and links to other web sites are allowed.
  • This is a strictly moderated site. Absolutely no spam allowed.
  • Name: