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1-Use the Windows utility Iexpress2.0 to create a self installing archive.
Iexpress2.0 Is already present in standard Windows installation. To use Iexpress2.0 go to folder C:/Windows/System32/ and locate the file Iexpress2.0 .
Double click on Iexpress2.0 and follow the wizard.
2- Use a comercial software like WinZip® - Self-Extractor or any similar program to create an installer file.
Same as the windows utility, but usually you need to pay for the software.
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for Windows is distributed as a zipped .msi (Microsoft Installer) file format.Double-click
the .zip to de-compress it. Then double-click the .msi to install it.(this is a
Microsoft Installer Package) If the
installer does not launch or the installer indicates you need to upgrade, go to
the appropriate Microsoft web page to download and install the current version
of the Microsoft Installer for your version of Windows. For further
information, refer to the ShredIt
for Windows Read Me (pdf)
Start ShredIt for Windows.The Registration Dialog Box
will be displayed on the bottom of the Main Dialog Box.Enter the Registration Key/Serial Number supplied when
you paid for ShredIt.
If you purchased
online, the easiest way to do this is to copy (Ctrl C) and paste (Ctrl V) the
information from the email we sent you. If you purchased a CD, the Serial
Number/Registration Key is also on the CD jacket.
If there is a problem with the registration
information, the "Invalid Registration Information" dialog will appear. To
correct the problem, refer to the "ShredIt
for Windows FAQ".
ø Put ShredIt in a convenient
place by putting a shortcut on the desktop, by the Recycle Bin.To put an alias
to ShredIt X on the desktop, follow these steps:
the ShredIt application.
On the "C" Drive, navigate to the program file you want to make a shortcut for by doing the following:
From Start-> Click on "My Computer"
-> Click on "C" Drive
-> Click on "Program Files"
-> Click on "ShredIt" Folder
-> Click on the ShredIt Iconby single-clicking the ShredIt Icon.
(Ensure that you select the ShredIt application, not the entire folder. (The application is called "ShredIt, ShredIt for Windows" and has a shredder icon. The folder is called "ShredItPC", has a folder icon and contains the application, the demo application and the documentation.)
From the File menu, select Create Shortcut.Drag the "Shortcut to ShredIt" to a convenient place. Most users put it on the desktop, above the Recycle Bin.
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