Q: I just posted something but it didn't show up. What happened?
A: It must be authorized by one of the site moderators/admins. We usually resolve these requests within 2 days.
Q: What is the process for getting a program into the database?
A: Someone adds the program and then it's voted on by members
Q: When do you become a member?
A: After 20 posts.
Q: After a program is added, how many votes does it take?
Q: Do you support the software in the database?
A: No, we are just listing the information and this site is made up of volunteer effort. Some programs may, upon update, no longer be portable or even freeware. Please notify us in forums if you see a program like this.
Question: "How do I extract files directly from an installer without going through the whole installation process?"
Answer: A program called Universal Extractor may be used to extract files directly from many different types of installer packages. This opens up the internals of a program without going through an (often non-portable) install process. Just move the installer into the window and choose OK.
Although many programs on the site work with the default program, for some newer programs, it may be necessary to manually update a component of the program: innoSetup.
- Visit the innoup SourceForge download directory and choose the latest version (at the top of the list)
- Download the file innounp[version number].rar and extract using Universal Extractor (or other RAR-compatible program)
- Close the program and copy the resulting innoup.exe file to the \bin subfolder of Universal Extractor
* The "In what order do you process freeware submissions?" question. This answer is out of date.
I would have done this a long time ago but this is the sort of thing I do professionally and I don't much enjoy doing work while at home.
Edit 1: Adding some possible images for clarification.
Edit 2: Fixing "innoup" after SYSTEM's suggestion (below)