PowerArchiver 2006 (version 9.5)

After over a year in development, the latest release of PowerArchiver is out the door! Building upon 7 years of experience, PowerArchiver 2006 version 9.5 brings you the best archive utility to date.

Answering the demand of PowerArchiver users, ISO support has been added for a variety of CD and DVD image formats! PowerArchiver 2006 also builds upon our industry-leading compression with improved 7-Zip support, and also features the most encryption methods with added self-extracting encrypted archives.

Major changes in PowerArchiver 2006 include:

  • ISO reading/extracting support for formats: ISO, BIN, IMG and NRG

  • Support for creating PAE SFX archives

  • Updated PAE format with hiding filenames option

  • Improved 7-ZIP support:

  • Added support for AES encrypted 7z archives

  • Added support for reading 7z multivolume archives

  • Added support for creating 7z multivolume archives

  • Added support for 7-Zip PPMd compression

  • New DLL with improved compression methods

  • Significantly faster compression with 7-Zip in some cases

  • Full skinning support via PSF files - includes interface skins, toolbar skins, icons and customizable application settings

  • SFTP (SSH FTP) support for secure FTP transfers

  • Cool alert window in system tray

  • Support for renaming files in BH, LHA and TAR archives

  • Improved default toolbar skin (alpha-blended PNG)

  • Improved security throughout application

  • Hints implemented throughout the application

For a full list of the numerous changes and improvements found in PowerArchiver 2006, view the PowerArchiver history.

Also, don't forget to check out the new skin section. Find a skin to match your style or learn how to create your own look for PowerArchiver!

Visit the download area to get PowerArchiver 2006 version 9.5 now! Localized translations from numerous countries are now available, with more translations on the way.

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