PowerArchiver 2007 10.00 Final

PowerArchiver is an award-winning archive utility for the Windows family of products that provides support for most compressed and encoded files, as well as access to many powerful features and tools though an easy to use interface that seamlessly integrates with Windows Explorer. PowerArchiver natively supports ZIP, 7-ZIP, CAB, LHA (LZH), TAR, TAR.GZ, TAR.BZ2, BH, RAR, ARJ, ARC, ACE, ZOO, GZ, BZIP2, XXE, MIME, UUE and yENC file formats. An internal viewer displays TXT, RTF, and more than 18 image formats. PowerArchiver creates and works with unlimited size ZIP archives with enhanced ZIP format speed and compression; a Password Manager stores your frequently used passwords; encrypts your archives using 5 different methods including 256-bit AES; backs up your work with PowerArchiver's Auto-Backup tool and FTP support; creates powerful CAB and ZIP self extracting (SFX) archives using a Wizard; a Batch ZIP tool compresses hundreds of files all at once; and a Multi-Extract tool can extract hundreds of archives instantly.

Major changes:

* Completely new "Modern" Interface
* Queue System (Add/Extract/Backup)
* PowerArchiver Starter - system tray application
* Support for transparent updating 7-zip archives
* New Plug-in System - TC Compatible
* Hybrid Shell Extensions
* 7zip SFX creation support
* True Multilanguage Edition
* Skin engine now compatible with Windows Vista
* Portions re-written in assembler like language
* Optimized speed, size and memory usage

Improvements:

* Improved Graphics and User Experience
* Improved Updating System
* Improved Progress Bar with Pause
* Enhanced Explorer View support
* Various minor updates and changes

Download:
PowerArchiver 2007 10.00 Final shareware
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Link: PowerArchiver Home Page

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I also agree. The ribbon makes sense for programs like Word where the plentiful amount of toolbars call for a serious reorganization of the UI. Not something like this, and it seems from trying out the interface myself, its implementation is a bit clunky and awkward.

They do however have an option to use the good old interface, which still looks pretty nice and clean: