Some stuff to know:
Why didn't you update it sooner?
First of all, I had to rewrite it entirely. And I took weeks to figure out this need.
How could this be different from Wind's installer?
First of all, Wind wrote an offline installer. The files are bundled in and you download them along it, knowing it or not. This one is an online installer; the file size is smaller and uses internet connection to download and extract the files for you. It is actually its purpose: it does the tasks for you while you're doing your stuff. The "downloader" is a more realistic name. Don't worry, the zips are deleted once they're extracted; saving time and disk space.
Ahem...let me present you the:
First launched in September 2014, the PGE Online Downloader is a handy tool designed to download and extract PGE in background. A simple next-next-next-wait, and meanwhile do other things-finish installation. PGE would reach its beta in October, and PGEOD wouldn't be updated since to comply with the new structure.
I tried to fix the original code, but I was mostly lost because of the lack of organization. This day, I decided to rewrite PGEOD entirely. I took the entire morning to end the code, and took the afternoon and evening to fix bugs. It should now work flawlessly. And it has the WohlStand Seal of Approval. Ask him if you don't believe me.
As I told earlier, this will be different from Wind's installer, as it will be online; therefore it will always download the latest build without need of updates, unless the structure of folders and files is changed. However, you'll need an internet connection.
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