Skype has always provided an offline installer in MSI format for their Business version but it doesn’t support Facebook chat. There is a full offline installer of the regular version but it’s in EXE format. They should provide the MSI of the regular version but it’s easy to get once you install the regular one.
Microsoft Windows 8.1 reached RTM status a few weeks ago. At first, Microsoft said that MSDN and TechNet subscribers wouldn’t be able get the new ISO images and told us to wait until General Availability (GA) on October 18 like everyone else.
I just published a new custom installer. This time is for installing the latest versions of Android’s ADB and Fastboot, which are needed to flash recoveries and ROMs, among other things. Normally, you would need to search for these tools if you don’t want to install the whole Android SDK.
Skype has always offered a business version of their installer in MSI format. It can be found here. Facebook chat integration is missing in the business version, though. There is a regular offline installer in EXE format, but it can’t be extracted to get the MSI file to modify it.
A switchless installer is a self-extracting file that can run any number of commands. They can be created with 7-Zip, WinRAR and other compression utilities. They are useful because users can just double click them to install or we can run them in unattended scenarios without any parameters.