By popular demand, Windows installer now adds Rust bin directory to the PATH by default. If that’s what you want, you can just hit the [Install] button without going through the “advanced” dialog sequence.
Q: What happens if I install more than one version concurrently?
A: Since rustc directories are appended to the PATH, the first installed version wins. You can still select other versions by launching Rust shells via shortcuts installed in the Start menu.
Note that you can override default installation state of features from the command line. For example, if you’d rather not install documentation or modify path, you can do this:
msiexec /i <path to the .msi package> ADDLOCAL=ALL REMOVE=Docs,Path. You can also skip interactive UI alltogether by tacking on
/qb flags. For a completely silent install use