PowerArchiver Toolbar Skins

To download a skin, simply click on the skin name or the sample screenshot. Be sure to download the BMP file, not the GIF screenshot. You can then apply the newly downloaded skin by right-clicking on the PowerArchiver toolbar and selecting 'Skin PowerArchiver Toolbar'. For Full PowerArchiver Skins click here.



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Skin Name: Bold16 Date: 1/17/2003    User Rating: 3.12 (95 Total)

Author: Jesse Banet

Comment:
An original set of simple and bold icons. No icons are repeated for more than one action. Windows standard 16 color.
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Skin Name: Arte Date: 5/25/2002    User Rating: 3.07 (175 Total)

Author: JhonRoss

Comment:
Inspired by Dali, Picasso, Miro, and other great artists.
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Skin Name: Bugs and Critters Date: 3/14/2002    User Rating: 3.16 (100 Total)

Author: Jim Smith

Comment:
Learn your bugs!
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Skin Name: Simple Style Date: 3/14/2002    User Rating: 4.00 (204 Total)

Author: Jim Smith

Comment:
Simple Style v.1.
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Skin Name: NeXTSTEP Date: 6/27/2001    User Rating: 4.29 (345 Total)

Author: John T. Folden

Comment:
Toolbar skin based on the NeXTSTEP/OPENSTEP OS.
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Skin Name: Kheops Sys Date: 9/11/2001    User Rating: 3.15 (115 Total)

Author: Jonathan BLOIS

Comment:
Blue-themed skin for PowerArchiver.
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Skin Name: Expressive Green Date: 1/17/2003    User Rating: 4.17 (142 Total)

Author: Jonathan Blois

Comment:
Skin based on Photoshop icons and green folders.
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Skin Name: Aqua 2 Date: 3/14/2002    User Rating: 4.32 (1241 Total)

Author: Jonathan Blois

Comment:
Have fun with a new skin, using my own icons and MacOS X icons.
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Skin Name: Red Alert 2 Date: 5/14/2003    User Rating: 3.96 (204 Total)

Author: Jos Vos

Comment:
This skin is based on the Red Alert 2 theme logos.
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Skin Name: KDE2 Date: 8/4/2001    User Rating: 4.18 (303 Total)

Author: Josep Febrer

Comment:
A theme similar to the buttons of KDE2, a deskptop environment for Linux.
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