Good afternoon, it happens that I made a Java application that uses external .jar for reports and other functions of the application. Also use SQLite. NetBeans by default creates a folder called 'dist' that contains the executable nameapp.jar; and the 'lib' folder where the libraries that the application needs are. The application I want to leave it in such a way that any user can download it in .exe format, install it (next-next-next- like any program) and create a shortcut on the desktop. I understand that with InnoSetup you can create installers, and to make the application work without the computer having Java installed, you have to copy the entire JRE folder of our Java where we compile etc .. Keep in mind that when you find a .jar file, and Java is not installed on the computer, then that icon will be in the Winrar, finally .. I hope you can help me, THANK YOU!