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Old 14. Jan 2015, 02:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi everyone , hope you and your families had a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

I was reading about installing Freemake by the command line option, i am confused about the below comment , where is the command line , thank you.





Instead, you'll have to roll up your sleeves and install from the command-line if you want to opt out of it. Here's how: Hit Start, then 'Run' the install file with the /nocandy switch.
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Old 14. Jan 2015, 04:07 AM   #2 (permalink)
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That means you have to execute the installer with that switch. There are multiple ways to do this, I prefer creating a shortcut of the installer and adding the /nocandy switch after the path. Other ways include using the command prompt or run command.

Basically, you want to execute something like this as the target: "C:\Downloads\installer.exe" /nocandy
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That means you have to execute the installer with that switch. There are multiple ways to do this, I prefer creating a shortcut of the installer and adding the /nocandy switch after the path. Other ways include using the command prompt or run command.

Basically, you want to execute something like this as the target:


"C:\Downloads\installer.exe" /nocandy

Thanks a lot JL .
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