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PowerArchiver 2017 – data deduplication, fma-rep1 filter (.pa)

February 7th, 2017 | Category: Development

Dear users, We have exciting additional information about PowerArchiver 2017 and its advanced codec pack – the .pa format. We have added a very important new feature, a data deduplication filter called fma-rep1. It helps in achieving significantly better compression on huge files and is quite unique among our commercial peers. What is fma-rep? The […]

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Dear PowerArchiver Users, Together with the new Advanced Codec Pack (.pa format) and an innovative new Reflate codec, we are happy to introduce more new interesting features to explorer in PowerArchiver 2017. We also focused on features that were mostly mentioned in our user Wishlist section such as improved startup speed, dual panel explorer mode […]

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PowerArchiver 2017: details about Advanced Codec Pack (.pa format)

December 21st, 2016 | Category: Development

Dear users, We are very pleased to introduce latest generation of PowerArchiver! PowerArchiver 2017 is the most exciting release in our long history (since 1998). What makes it exciting you ask? PowerArchiver 2017 brings our new special feature – Advanced Codec Pack (.pa format). It is an Advanced Codec Pack that combines the best available […]

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PowerArchiver 2017 – compress PDF, DOCX, PNG up to 70% more!

December 19th, 2016 | Category: Development

Dear users, We are proud to introduce Reflate, the essential part of our new Advanced Codec Pack (.pa)! Reflate was designed in-house, by our compression engineer Eugene Shelwien. The main requirement for reflate was to address the needs of today’s corporate environment, where the most used formats in exchange are PDF, DOCX and other Microsoft/Open […]

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PowerArchiver 2017: Introduction

November 29th, 2016 | Category: Development

Dear PowerArchiver Users, We are pleased to announce the upcoming PowerArchiver 2017 release, the most important release in our history (18 years since the first one)! PowerArchiver 2017 brings the much anticipated .PA (Advanced Codec Pack) format. It features a set of advanced codecs and filters that make .PA, most likely, the most advanced compression […]

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PowerArchiver 2016 16.10.24 released!

October 28th, 2016 | Category: Development

Dear users, PowerArchiver 2016 16.10.24 has been released today on the slow ring! This release has been published on the fast ring few days ago. There are some small improvements based on your requests. As usual, Slow Ring releases are delayed to ensure more testing time so if you want latest PowerArchiver version, make sure […]

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PowerArchiver Forums updated to new design/software

October 10th, 2016 | Category: Development

Dear users, We have updated our community forums software to NodeBB. New software is easier to use, has cleaner design and will enable even better communication between our users and Conexware staff. If you have had account on PowerArchiver forums before, you will have to reset password on new forums in order to login. All […]

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PowerArchiver 2016 16.10.21 released on slow ring!

September 27th, 2016 | Category: Development

Dear users, PowerArchiver 2016 16.10.21 has been released today on the slow ring! This release has been published on the fast ring less than two weeks ago. There are several fixes included, for the issues reported in last few months, and some small improvements. As usual, Slow Ring releases are delayed to ensure more testing […]

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Dear users, For all of you that use PowerArchiver in Government environment, we have fully certified end-to-end solution for data storage and transport. For data storage and exchange, we use ZIP AES (public and open data standard) and for transport we use secure ftp client (both SFTP and FTP over SSL, both public transport standards). […]

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New YouTube tutorials, award winners

August 16th, 2016 | Category: blogs

Dear users, Back in May we asked you to send us your suggestions for new YouTube tutorials. You sent them and we picked the winners – Mike and David. They suggested tutorials for customizing shell extensions and compression profiles, as well as updating files inside Encrypted archives. Thanks to the winners for their suggestions, we […]

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