Windows Installer

Default Windows Installer

The default Windows installer is an exe that installs the container to the user's local directory. It can be installed without any admin permissions, and has optional support for automatic updates to new container releases.

Contact support to enable or disable automatic updates for a specific container.

MSI installer

An alternative MSI-based installer is available on request. This installer installs to C:\Program Files (x86) by default.

Some command-line arguments may be specified to automate or customize the installation:

# Standard installation
msiexec /i "installer.msi"
# Override installation location
msiexec /i "installer.msi" APPLICATIONFOLDER=C:\ApplicationPath
# Install for the current used instead of machine-wide:
msiexec /i "installer.msi" MSIINSTALLPERUSER=1
# Silent install (/qn), and log verbose output to a text file (/lv):
# Note: In case of a silent install, the command must be run as an Administrator,
# since the elevation prompt is disabled.
msiexec /i "installer.msi" /qn /lv log.txt


The application can be uninstalled using the standard Windows "Add or Remove Programs" or "Uninstall a program" tool.

Unlike on iOS or Android, the user's data is not removed when uninstalling.

To remove the local data, locate and delete this folder %AppData%\<app name>, which is short for C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Roaming\<app name>.

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