Create starter modules for your programs both on 86- and 64-bit platforms, use relative, absolute and UNC paths, set up a splash screen, and automatically copy the icon and version information from the executable file.
- App Starter Creator
- Version :126.96.36.199
- License :Freeware
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Michal Kokorceny
App Starter Creator Description
App Starter Creator is a lightweight software application whose purpose is to help you build starter modules for your program on both 86- and 64-bit platforms. It comes in handy especially for generating portable tools.
Keep it on portable devices
You can run the utility by simply opening the executable file, as there’s no setup included in the process. It can be stored on USB flash drives or other portable devices so you can easily carry it with you.
It does not store entries in your Windows registry so you can get rid of it using a simple deletion task.
Although the application provides a well-structured suite of features, it cannot be described as highly intuitive. You cannot access a help manual so you are only left with experimenting with the configuration settings in order to understand how it works.
App Starter Creator gives you the possibility to choose the starting module (this one can be added using only the browse button). You can select the executable file for 86-bit platform and optionally pick the executable item for 64-bit platforms.
What’s more, you can use relative, absolute and UNC paths, as well as environment variables. The program enables you to run the executable file with administrative privileges, insert predefined command-line parameters, and automatically copy the icon and version information from the executable file.
You are allowed to set up a splash screen by adding an image from your personal collection (e.g. GIF, PNG, JPG, BMP, TIFF, ICO, EMF). The photo can be previewed in the main window, and you can also adjust its screen duration (in seconds).
All things considered, App Starter Creator integrates a basic suite of features for helping you build starter modules for your program. It doesn’t host the perfect environment for beginners as there’s no support for a help manual.