NSIS Autorun Alternatives

    NSIS Autorun is described as 'graphical CD/DVD/USB autorun (autoplay) engine that launches installers made with NSIS. Non-rectangular windows, animation, and sound are supported. Can be used with Windows 95/NT4 - 7(x86/x64)' and is an app in the Development category. There are seven alternatives to NSIS Autorun for Windows. The best alternative is Autoplay Media Studio. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try Compact AutoRunner or AutoplayMM. Other great apps like NSIS Autorun are CDMenuPro (Paid), SamLogic CD-Menu Creator (Paid), Autorun Maestro (Paid) and My Autoplay Creatpr (Paid).

    This page was last updated Sep 23, 2020

    1. AutoPlay Media Studio™ 8 delivers on the promise of rapid application development. What would normally take days or weeks to build using traditional software development tools (C, C++, Java, Visual Basic) can now be created in record time – even if you’ve never programmed before.
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      Create impressive Autorun CD Menu applications for use on CD, DVD and USB Flash Drive without any previous programming knowledge.
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    2. With SamLogic CD-Menu Creator you can create autorun / autoplay menu interfaces for a CD, DVD and USB flash drive. From these menus you can install programs, show documents, play movies etc.
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    3. This program is FREEWARE / DONATIONWARE! Allows you to have a simple, compact, no frills autorun menu on your cd. Comes with a configuration builder for helping you build menus.
    4. AutoplayMM is a free Windows AutoPlay menu utilizing XML scripts and images. You can create your own Autorun menus by just creating a simple XML script file and a background bitmap.


    5. Software to easily enable anyone to create professional CD-Rom Autorun/ Autoplay menus. The menu can literally be any appearance, shape or size, letting you make CDs that stand out. Program file available for download.
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    6. My Autoplay Is best suited for creating autorun menus for any removable media including CD, DVD or a USB drive to execute automatically any time a user inserts that media into the computer.
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