Softpedia Giveaway: 20 Licenses for PowerArchiver Professional 2013

Drop some witty lines about the application for a chance to win

By on December 22nd, 2013 16:01 GMT

A new round of our 12th anniversary giveaway campaign begins today with 20 licenses for PowerArchiver Professional 2013 (reviewed here). There is no expiration date on the codes, so you can use this version for as long as you want.

As the name suggests, this is an archiving utility designed to cater for the most demanding of users as it is brimming with features and options, making it one of the most flexible tool in its category.

PowerArchiver Professional is regularly available for $31.45 / €28.75, but you can get a free copy if you come up with a smart post in the comments section below. So get your thoughts about the application in order and start tapping those keys because the campaign ends on December 23, 16:00 UTC (8:00 PT).

Apart from compression-related functionality (supports ZIP, ZIPX, RAR, 7-ZIP, LHA, BH and TAR), the application also brings to the table cloud synchronization through services from Google (Drive), Microsoft (SkyDrive and Azure), Dropbox, Box and Amazon (S3).

Data encryption can be carried out using AES algorithm, the proprietary PAE format with five different methods available, as well as OpenPGP. Support for OpenPGP extends to key management, from creating new ones to importing and exporting, signing and uploading/downloading them to OpenPGP server.

In order to get your hands on this version of PowerArchiver Professional (lifetime validity with one year of upgrades and support), send us your thoughts about it in the comment section below. Make your post stand out and your winning chances increase.

Please provide a valid email address for contacting reasons. The giveaway ends on December 23, 16:00 UTC (8:00 PT).


GIVEAWAY OVER

Winners:



· Ashwin - #53
· Nick - #22
· jeff - #21
· Matt - #10
· Fleet Command - #60
· RAGAGH - #49
· Diane Greene - #26
· Sam Chan - #64
· CyberWolf2013 - #36
· samit - #35


· CAi - #6
· Grr - #55
· Paddy - #52
· cypherinfo - #65
· Myna - #16
· koalabear - #58
· HKane - #46
· Raffleix - #57
· David - #42
· BlogWurm - #40




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