PowerArchiver 2013 14.00.32 Final

PowerArchiver is a fast and easy to use compression utility. PowerArchiver offers an option to use an Explorer-like interface for browsing your hard drive for archives, which also supports shell integration. It supports most popular compressed and encoded formats currently in use.

PowerArchiver enables you to create ISO images, either by ripping the CD/DVD/BD with Disc Grabber, or directly with files from your hard disk. With PowerArchiver’s Virtual Drive feature, you can also mount .ISO images into Windows so they appear like a normal drive and you can browse inside. In addition to creating and mounting .ISO images, you can now burn archives, images and any files directly from PowerArchiver or via Explorer Shell Extensions to a CD, DVD or Blu-ray disc. Once you’re done, you can verify the burned files to make sure everything was burned correctly and without errors.

Read and write support for ZIP, ZIPX, 7-ZIP, CAB, LHA (LZH), TAR, GZIP, BZIP2, ISO (ISO9660 and UDF - PRO only), BH, XXE, UUE, yENC, and MIME (Base 64). Read and extract support for: RAR (10% faster than WR 4.x), ARJ, ARC, ACE, MSI, NSIS, CHM, DMG, RPM, CPIO, VHD, XAR, LZMA, SquashFS, CramFS, ZOO, WIM plus ISO (ISO9660 and UDF) disc image formats and much much more...

Download: PowerArchiver 2013 14.00.32 | 17.8 MB (Shareware)
Link: PowerArchiver Home Page | Release Notes

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Hang on... in that screenshot, the file "PABACKUP.EXE" has an uncompressed size of 5,133,200 bytes, but a compressed size of 13,998,607 bytes! ...Huh!!??

I did purchase Powerarchiver back in 2003, and it was suppose to be free upgrades for life, last one I can get is 2012, 2013 became paid upgrade.

I prefer 7zip.org, despite the interface is a bit dated.
(Aware that 7zip does not have the advanced featured power archiver currently has)

Edited by Jason Stillion, Sep 19 2013, 4:58am :

Same here. Was almost interested in trying this until I saw you have to add codes and create accounts. Sheesh!!

Will stick with 7zip also.

Well, you have to have a license key (code) and you have to specify an email address (account created) where to send it. The same as most online purchases.

No, I don't think so. I just had to get a new code and use that after installing.
Log in to your account at Powerarchiver and get a new code.