I am unable to tell how it performed, because it didn't! Despite a reboot, I never was able to get any further than this:
Before I came this far, I was thinking "it is good that my friends (here in CPH.DK, not on DC) not are to install this program. If possible, they know even less than I do about IT, so they would for certain loose track of the program already during installation!" You download a downloader, which downloads a zip container, both default directories are some deep down hidden "temp" folders. My friends would say "I downloaded it and clicked a button, but now I cannot find it!"
After installation to \CADENCE, I found a shortcut in "Start > All Programs > InstallSafe > Install using InstallSafe" only - no shortcuts were created on the desktop or in the Quick Launch area.
There is no writing to the context menu.
The author has tried to make the program nice looking, by using fonts created for documents, but I think it is a little difficult to read:InstallSafe $7.50
The program's major feature should be the ability to "roll back". Nevertheless you cannot tell it to create a backup restoration point, without installing a program at the same time. There is no "create backup point now!"
You need to activate the program yourself every time you want to use it. And then you will need to navigate the program to the new installer in the traditional way. But at least it will remember the directory.
I am not sure if $7.50 is a bargain - I will will not purchase it.