I noticed that the option to add the optimize archive function to the context menu is missing on Windows 10.
Opening each archive with the interface in order to click it becomes tedious with many files.
Same for others functions like Remove Archive Encryption
Commandline parameters inside powerachiver
I would like to be able to call powerarchiver from within my program and perform the task required all from installing the main powearcjhiver program instead of using the commandline version.
I need to be able to view the files before extracting . I used to use a modified version of bkzip for this but as that is now not kept uptodate i need a new program to do this
Why don’t you like PACL (that is what it’s for)??
PACL is built for this… with PA GUI, you might always some weird problems when calling it from other applications, especially with Windows 7 / Windows Server 2008.
PACL needs no installation, requires no system access (registry, etc). For instance, in Win2k8 Server they give very limited access to apps that are started by IIS. So unless you thinker with it, PA 2011 will not work properly when started by IIS server because it is run under limited account that has no registry access at all.
On the other hand, PACL will run great… it needs no registry, it needs no system dll’s. Just copy pacomp.exe or paext.exe and it will work great.