PowerArchiver has little to do and stands out in public because of its rich features.The interface mostly contains elements that you find in any ordinary architect. Before you run it for the first time, you can choose whether to allow advanced options or not, but this can be changed later.
After taking it for rotation, you may be impressed, as it can manage files quickly and extract archive content from various file types (including .rar if WinRAR is installed). In our test, it attracted a file from the 2.5GB archive in one minute. As expected, it is very demanding about CPU and RAM.
After setup, the tool adds a new entry to the Windows Explorer context menu to easily compress the file into an encrypted .zip or .7z archive, upload it to a cloud account or via FTP, or organize it into an ISO image to burn it later, among other things.
This app gives you the possibility to process multiple files at a time when it comes to compression and extraction using batch tools. In addition, an integrated converter lets you modify the archive format quickly.
Cloud sharing is supported for Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Azure, S3, Cloud Attachment, Cloud Cloud Attachment, and Box. You can also use the built-in FTP client to download and upload files, create full backups, enhancements and differentiation that run automatically in custom scheduler, or use an integrated disk burner to burn archives, ISO images and other file types, as well as to delete a re writable disk.
Key Features :
Useful application for compressing files and extracting archive content.
Got a user friendly interface with all the elements present in a common archiver.
Lets you select whether to enable advanced options or not.
Supports batch processing.
Got an integrated converter which will let you modify the archive format quickly.
Supports cloud sharing for Google Drive, Azure and Dropbox etc.
Can use the built-in FTP client for downloading and uploading files.
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