For the full license terms and conditions, see the License Agreement.
- Unregistered users can download and use the installers in Trial mode.
- Registered users can download and use the installers in Unrestricted mode.
Note: Tarma Installer 5 was succeeded by InstallMate 7 in April 2010. Technical support ended on 31 December 2011; the online documentation is still available. Existing users can keep using the product; their licenses do not expire.
|Tarma Installer 5 for 32-bits and 64-bits Windows||5.9.4239||2011-08-09||Download (3578 KB)|
|User manual (PDF); collated version of the HTML help file||5.8.3685||2010-02-01||Download (4170 KB)|
|Add-ons (Tarma's merge modules for Visual C/C++ 2005, 2008, 2010; Visual Basic 6; FoxPro; Borland BDE; Crystal Reports; DIFx)||Various||Various||See separate page|
After downloading and installing a product, you can evaluate Tarma Installer 5 in Trial mode subject to the following restrictions:
- The installers that you create in Trial mode will run on any system, but expire 14 hours after you create them.
- The installers may be used for evaluation purposes, but not redistributed.
To distribute your installers, please buy a registration code. The registration code unlocks the installers for royalty-free distribution and entitles you to free technical support and free minor updates within the Tarma Installer 5.x product series.
If you have registered Tarma Installer 5 previously, then you can update your copy by downloading and installing the latest version of the product you have registered.
You do not have to re-register, and you do not have to uninstall the previous version first - the new version will automatically uninstall the previous version, while retaining your settings and registration information.
Distribution of installers that you create as a registered user is unrestricted and royalty-free. You are also entitled to free technical support and free minor updates within the Tarma Installer 5.x product series.