No, free, space, requirement. Please !
Because on my "work" area there's barely any room on C: to pass gas. There are just 25.3 MB at the moment because Opera is creating those stupid (yet very lovely) .vps files at the time of writing this.
I noticed I can open the installer with 7-zip. Why is the structure so messed up ?
Why can't there be a "HERE ARE THE FILES" folder that I can simply extract ? Because I honestly don't see a point in using an installer for a portable application. Right click - "Extract Here". There. Install finished. If you wanna get geeky, right click - "Extract Files..." and choose for a path (like a USB stick for instance).
Why do you over complicate things ? There already is a "suite" that includes an installer. I just want to download the portable app on D:, and put it on D:. Why does it involve the drive C: AT ALL ? Please make a note of my suggestion for future repacks. Thank you.
EDIT: I had to chip away 500 MB from the pagefile just to be sure it makes it 100% intact to the C: drive and then to the D: drive (even tho I downloaded it on D:, ran it from D: and chose to install TO D:) but I also had to reboot. Twice. (Second was to put it back the way it was...) So yeah, that's a very backwards way of doing it. I'm not asking you to provide both installer versions and binary archives. Just make the installer more friendlier with WinRAR, 7-zip, etc in order to make life just a wee bit easier for some of us.