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What are people saying about PowerISO

Brian H Dear Power Software Ltd,

Your program looks great!

Question: I can see from your website that "PowerISO" allows users to mount ISO images. How many images may be mounted at one time? And, if only one image may be mounted at a time, is there a freeware or low-cost "multiple image-mounting" program that you could recommend to compliment "PowerISO" that would allow the mounting of multiple images (and hopefully this would be a consideration to add in future updates of the program)?

Thanks,
Brian
Oct 24 2012 at 10:51am Copy Link
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Fenghua Lee PowerISO supports mounting up to 23 images at one time. If you needn't edit image files, the trial version should be enough. There is no any limitation with the virtual drive function in trial version.

Best Regards,
PowerISO Team
Power Software Ltd - Oct 24 2012 at 6:26pm Copy Link
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VLM Remove copy protection?

Remove unwanted content (copyright warnings and such)?

Windows 8?
Oct 25 2012 at 3:44am Copy Link
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Danny I use ImgBurn tool, why would PowerISO PC Software better?
Oct 25 2012 at 11:39pm Copy Link
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Michael R. Is it possible to create ISO-files from copy-protected DVD/CDs (for backup-reasons)?

Is it further possible to remove files from the ISO and save the new ISO? This new ISO should be smaller than the original one, right?

Can I create a desktop-icon which, when clicked on, mounts a certain ISO-File on a predefined drive-letter? In case that the ISO-File (or another format, which has password-protection), can I make PowerISO let (a) open a input-window for the user to enter he password (b) define a file, where my password is stored (this could e.g. a file inside a TrueCrypt-device), (c) define the password in an optional argument

Thanks a lot...
Oct 26 2012 at 1:33am Copy Link
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Fenghua Lee 1. PowerISO doesn't support copy-protected media.
2. PowerISO supports Windows 8 (x86 and x64 editions).
3. PowerISO can not only burn image file, but also extract and edit image file. It also includes a built-in virtual drive.
4. PowerISO can create password protected image file(DAA format). You will need enter password to open or mount the encrypted image file.
Power Software Ltd - Oct 26 2012 at 5:46am Copy Link
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Fenghua Lee 1. PowerISO doesn't support copy protected meida.
2. PowerISO supports Windows 8 (both x86 and x64 editions).
3. PowerISO can not only burn image files, but also extract or edit image files. PowerISO includes a built-in virtual drive.
4. PowerISO can create password protected image file(DAA file). You will need enter correct password to open or mount the encrypted daa image file.
Power Software Ltd - Oct 26 2012 at 5:50am Copy Link
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Nick Kobe Hi!

Under "Policy" it states that the license is "per user". However, in the very next paragraph it states that the license can only be installed "on a single computer and a laptop". It seems to me that this policy is inconsistent. I have a desktop, 3 laptops, and 3 tablets and certain would not want to purchase 3 licenses. Very seldom do I ever purchase software that is not "per user" as the definition is commonly used. Please clarify.

Thanks!
Oct 26 2012 at 8:21am Copy Link
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disenchanted I have an older version of Ultraiso.

Been waiting for either:
-magiciso
-poweriso
-ultraiso
to come to Bitsdujour.
So I could get a newer iso utility.
Thanks POWERISO, for offering your product here on Bitsdujour.
Oct 26 2012 at 9:16pm Copy Link
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Danny I use ImgBurn tool, why would PowerISO PC Software better?
Can anyone here tell the main avoidable here? Thank you very much!
Oct 27 2012 at 7:16am Copy Link
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Innuendo Danny, ImgBurn will let you burn to image files to disc. PowerISO will let you create image files, extract image files, burn image files, and/or let you mount image files to virtual drives so you don't have to waste blank discs to access the image files.

Hope this helps...
Oct 27 2012 at 7:35am Copy Link
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Giganto Pithecus Danny, look here: https://en.wikipedia.org/...e_software
Oct 27 2012 at 7:44am Copy Link
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Danny @Innuendo and @Giganto Pithecus

Am very easy and well by you helped! Thank you both!
Oct 27 2012 at 7:52am Copy Link
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Mike B @disenchanted: UltraISO has a lifetime license - if you have an older version you should be able to just download the latest.

Or is there some feature you want in PowerISO that isn't in the latest UltraISO?
Oct 27 2012 at 9:58am Copy Link
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disenchanted @Mike B

The Ultraiso i got came in a UK PC magazine. I forget it it was
PC PRO
PC Advisor
PC Plus

But anyway it was a full version but a version previous to what was available at that time. They offered a discount to upgrade to the current version using a code listedin the magazine..
The magazine offer this program on their enclosed DVD. Terms were it was
a full version, but no updates..
Oct 27 2012 at 10:08am Copy Link
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Kelly Major Heads Up!

I purchased this and installed it. Fortunately I run Total Uninstaller which monitors the install and it tipped me off.

It installed AVG Anti-Virus Toolbar, SafeSearch, FF Extension, and some other AVG thing I don't recall right now. I immediately had to get all of that off my system.

I don't recall seeing anything in the installer asking permission but even if it did the default should be NO for purchased software. There should also be a clear, unmissable page in the installer asking permission that you can't proceed through without taking a specific action.

I consider this completely unacceptable and I'm very tempted to request a refund. This software better be darn good or it's going back. One of the few times I've made a purchase without installing the trial first. sigh

- KEM
Oct 27 2012 at 12:35pm Copy Link
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DrTeeth Does the WinArchiver advert (right click notification area icon) disappear on registration?

Agree about the 'extras' which should not be present even in the trial!

DrT
Oct 27 2012 at 1:23pm Copy Link
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Kelly Major @DrTeeth I don't see any Ads in the registered version, so far. I better not either. :)
Oct 27 2012 at 1:25pm Copy Link
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DrTeeth @ Kelly Major

The third item down when right clicking the virtual drive icon is 'unpack/mount ZIP, etc archives with WinArchiver' a product from the people that make PowerISO AFAICT. I have not yet registered and will hold off until I get an answer.

DrT
Oct 27 2012 at 1:29pm Copy Link
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Kelly Major @DrTeeth

Yes, I see it now so it is present in the registered version. I don't see any option in the configuration to remove it.

- KEM
Oct 27 2012 at 1:39pm Copy Link
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DrTeeth Right, so it's uninstall time. I hate buying software that includes the crud that you mentioned as well as a plug for other software. very disappointed in PowerISO.

I hope BdJ can get Ultra- or Magic- ISO here soon.

DrT
Oct 27 2012 at 1:41pm Copy Link
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Danny What is that nonsense now. Have downloaded a PowerISO trial version to test, moments later be there uninvited AVG applications installed! This is unacceptable! Like explanation vendor!
Oct 27 2012 at 1:57pm Copy Link
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Fenghua Lee Please uncheck the AVG toolbar offer in the second screen during installation if you don't need it. You may also download PowerISO pure version at http://www.poweriso.com/P...5-Pure.exe .
Power Software Ltd - Oct 27 2012 at 4:11pm Copy Link
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Terry Whitford On the second screen of the installation wizard change from Express to Custom and don't select any of the extra's. This way you won't end up installing the AVG Toolbar.
Oct 27 2012 at 4:16pm Copy Link
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Fenghua Lee We can't reproduce the problem. Please download the latest version from our website or try the pure version at http://www.poweriso.com/P...5-Pure.exe .
Power Software Ltd - Oct 27 2012 at 4:50pm Copy Link
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Kelly Major That needs to be made MUCH more obvious. I didn't choose the advanced installation button obviously.

I was very close to demanding a refund over that. I finally decided it was my own fault for not trialing which I do 99% of the time.

Still, very bad manners. If I had trialed I definitely would not have purchased because of the hidden installation.

Having said that, the software seems to be working nicely with the exception of the item right click list item that opens an advertisement web page to another of your products. Please add a configuration option to remove that.

- KEM
Oct 27 2012 at 4:55pm Copy Link
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DroidLuvr I, also, was not happy with the add-ons; and... unfortunately did not monitor installation with REVO, although I could do a System Resore, I'd rather not...

Could you please tell me what all got added to my system when I installed the trial? I rejected the "add-on" from AVG anti-virus, but I don't know what else installed. (I did not even notice the screen with an "advanced" option, but then I was doing other things when I hit install...)

I am still going to consider this software, but I agree that a MUCH MORE OBVIOUS screen should show the add-ons and let you remove them...

Thanks,
DroidLuvr
Oct 27 2012 at 5:30pm Copy Link
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Kelly Major @DroidLuvr

I think if you just go to Control Panel-Add/Remove Programs and uninstall the AVG item you will get everything except a few registry stragglers that are unlikely to be any problem.

- KEM
Oct 27 2012 at 5:39pm Copy Link
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Terry Whitford I'm not sure how much more obvious they could make it, the AVG Security Toolbar already has an installation wizard page all of it's own with a title that says:

Improve Your Internet Protection
PowerISO recommends the AVG Security Toolbar

"AVG Security Toolbar"

With Express and Custom installation options. Yes, the Express option is the default and that installs the AVG Security Toolbar so maybe they could change that but this type of installation with extras is becoming quite common in a lot of software (the Google & Ask toolbars are probably the most common extras) these days so people just need to make sure they always read the installation steps carefully to pick up things like this.
Oct 27 2012 at 5:48pm Copy Link
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Amit Can poweriso make bootable usb of any iso ( multiple image iso in 1 usb too ? ) - or only xp / vista / win7 setups. I would like to make usb bootables of some other isos.

Like can you point out any tutorial or link to make good bootable usb - say for example - a reacuecd - of some 3-4 isos - having an antivirus (bootable usb image + macrium reflect, and a partition software as acronis disk director + a linux bootable image.

These are just examples. I would like to know if multiple iso collection can be made easily by poweriso (into 1 usb disk bootable) without needing much other softwares ?
Oct 27 2012 at 5:49pm Copy Link
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Kelly Major @Terry Whitford

I agree it is more common and I still find it extremely annoying. I've never seen it where you have to hit a little "advanced" button in the bottom left corner of one installer window to see that it is going to install other products. I do always catch it when it is one of the installer windows I see without having to take extra steps.

"these days so people just need to make sure they always read the installation steps carefully to pick up things like this."

Can't argue it's a good idea to read, but if it were up to me it would be illegal with harsh penalties. :)

In addition unless it is something I can't do without like Java I simply will not purchase a product from a vendor that engages in these practices. I shot myself in the foot this time and purchased without trialing, something I very rarely do. So they've got my money and I've re-learned a valuable lesson.

- KEM
Oct 27 2012 at 6:12pm Copy Link
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Mike B "this type of installation with extras is becoming quite common in a lot of software (the Google & Ask toolbars are probably the most common extras) these days so people just need to make sure they always read the installation steps carefully to pick up things like this"

While that's good advice, it still doesn't mean that it's OK to hide the installation of these things behind an 'express' option.

That kind of installation behavior is deceptive - plain and simple. The fact that it's widely done still doesn't make it acceptable.
Oct 27 2012 at 6:29pm Copy Link
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Terry Whitford I'm certainly not saying it's OK or acceptable, I hate it as much as anyone else, I'm just saying it's what is happening and people need to make sure they read the installation wizard screens to avoid installing crap they don't want. I'm constantly cleaning up my father's PC from exactly this kind of thing, he installs software without reading the installation wizard screens and ends up installing all sorts of crap that I later have to remove.
Oct 27 2012 at 6:59pm Copy Link
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Harlan Bruce Tried to purchase using PayPal, but received the following message from SWREG, "There appears to be an error in the information you have submitted that is preventing us from completing your order. For assistance, please contact customer service." Why is it that using PayPal is so complicated?
Oct 28 2012 at 12:05am Copy Link
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bvssunnydale So, single machine only, right? Someone asked above but I don't see an answer..
Oct 28 2012 at 12:14am Copy Link
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Peter Ekkerman Hi, Here's a thought for people who "hate" bundled software:
I totally agree with Terry Whitford and his observations.
Apart from that ,I can see why a lot of small software authors do some bundling with other software, whether it's freeware or shareware.It's providing them with a little bit of extra revenue.
Being a small developer is not a road to "easy street".
There are a lot of expenses that most people don't even think about.

Also ,even main software websittes like CNET ,Download.com ,BrotherSoft and many others ,bundle software ,sometimes even without permission of the author.

BUT ,I have a remedy for that.
I install the software in a 'sandbox" including the "extras" ,
so for the outside the toolbars etc. get "installed" and the author/vendor of the main software gets his meagre compensation.
I save the main un-compromised installer and delete the rest from the sandbox.
Then do the real install with the clean setup file.
Since the "extras" are deleted ,rather than uninstalled ,there's no feedback from the toolbar uninstaller that the toolbar was uninstalled. Hence the "install" was never negated and the author of the main software gets to keep his "kickback" :)
Oct 28 2012 at 12:17am Copy Link
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Kelly Major Surprising to see how many people just accept and even justify completely hidden or in this case non-obvious bundling.

I tolerate it when it meets acceptable standards and the value of the software outweighs my distaste for the practice. In this case it did not meet those standards. I admitted I was in a hurry and did not follow my typical trial procedures. I messed up and that's why I didn't demand a refund. I did a quick Google search for product reviews and a quick glance suggested the product is a good one.

I understand sandboxing and I keep a VM of every OS around just to install trials into so I can just revert to the pre-install snapshot when mt testing is completed. I just think it's ridiculous that I should have to jump through all of those hoops. Expecting the average software consumer to do anything beyond launching the installer and stepping through the default options; well, there just is no justification for that.

To suggest an average user be expected to have to click on the advanced install button because there might be some other unwanted products being installed is just wrong to put it as nicely as I can. Typically an advanced option is for configuring specific aspects of the installation for the product being installed not to control the installation of other unrelated software when there would be no reasonable expectation would even be present. Fortunately I did catch it quickly because I use a installer monitoring product.

I completely understand why an ISV may want to bundle but it is simply not acceptable to do so and it not to be clearly disclosed and offer the user an the option to decline. Anything less is, in my opinion, unethical. If it is clearly and fully disclosed and an option to completely disable it it easily available then there isn't anything wrong with that. I just personally don't care for it.

I'm a software developer myself and I know there are a lot of costs involved that the typical end user couldn't possibly imagine. What do you think most users guess the cost for a code signing certificate is? I notice the executable and DLLs are not code signed, although the installer is.

Having said all that, I haven't had time to do a thorough review but the features I have used work well and excluding the installer issue I expect to be very happy with PowerISO.

- KEM
Oct 28 2012 at 1:40am Copy Link
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Nick Kobe Well, I asked for clarification on the licensing at 8:21am CST 10/27 and it is now 2:00am CST on 10/28. No answer. Roger, is this another case where it is "nighttime in other parts of the world"? Is it unreasonable to expect an answer to a licensing policy question? Or is it just unreasonable to respond in an "uncivil" manner after 18 hours? I bought the last software even though my question was not answered. Unfortunately, when it was answered the vendor indicated that the software did not include the functionality I was looking for when I asked the question and when I bought it.
Oct 28 2012 at 6:11pm Copy Link
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Fenghua Lee The license information is stored in current user's profile. You can install one license on no more than two computers.
Power Software Ltd - Oct 29 2012 at 6:18am Copy Link
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Danny Looks good! many functionalities!

https://en.wikipedia.org/...e_software
Mar 25 2013 at 12:57am Copy Link
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Just a Texan Does this work with Windows 8?
Mar 25 2013 at 4:36am Copy Link
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Danny According to their product information though!
Mar 25 2013 at 6:30am Copy Link
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Stephen Stimac Can I purchase the software without the download insurance?
Mar 25 2013 at 7:12am Copy Link
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Fenghua Lee Yes, please remove "extended download service" while placing the order. You can always download the latest version of PowerISO from our website, then use your license code to unlock the software.
Power Software Ltd - Mar 25 2013 at 7:28am Copy Link
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Fenghua Lee It can work with Windows 8.
Power Software Ltd - Mar 25 2013 at 7:29am Copy Link
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Stephen Stimac I repeat my question - Can I purchase the software without the download insurance?

The purchase screen does not allow removing the download insurance. At least not from the BitsDuJour link required for the deal.
Mar 25 2013 at 8:44am Copy Link
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DrTeeth @ Stephen Stimac

I had no problem removing the download insurance using the BdJ link. I just clicked on the dustbin/trashcan next to that item.
Mar 25 2013 at 8:49am Copy Link
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Stephen Stimac Duh - Trashcan to remove. I didn't have my Monday morning coffee. Thanks for the electronic dope slap.
Mar 25 2013 at 10:20am Copy Link
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DroidLuvr I saw a question asked above (in October last year) when this was last offered, but I did not see an answer. Here is the original question(s): "Amit Can poweriso make bootable usb of any iso ( multiple image iso in 1 usb too ? ) - or only xp / vista / win7 setups. I would like to make usb bootables of some other isos. Like can you point out any tutorial or link to make good bootable usb - say for example - a reacuecd - of some 3-4 isos - having an antivirus (bootable usb image + macrium reflect, and a partition software as acronis disk director + a linux bootable image. These are just examples. I would like to know if multiple iso collection can be made easily by poweriso (into 1 usb disk bootable) without needing much other softwares ?" I would like to know more about the capabilities of making bootable USB disks also. (I have several other ISO programs, but none of them make bootable USB disks - they always have the CD/DVD/BR set as the burning destination, so I end up using a second program to make USBs.)/ Thank you in advance...
Mar 25 2013 at 3:02pm Copy Link
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disenchanted @DroidLuvr,
I found details on bootable CD and DVD, but not on the USB.

This might be of some help, for the bootable CD/DVD.
(http://www.poweriso.com/t...ble-cd.htm)
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Also, from poweriso website FAQ.
(http://www.poweriso.com/t...ootable_cd)
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Q: Can PowerISO make bootable CD?
A: Yes. PowerISO can add boot information to an non-bootable image file or read boot information from a bootable image.
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Mar 25 2013 at 5:12pm Copy Link
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EdSaid Is this for a lifetime activation? Will it continue to work with future versions?
Mar 25 2013 at 7:01pm Copy Link
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Fenghua Lee Yes, this is for lifetime activation. The license code will be valid for all future versions.
Power Software Ltd - Mar 25 2013 at 9:44pm Copy Link
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VLM Does PowerISO remove copy protection of any sort?
Mar 25 2013 at 10:45pm Copy Link
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Fenghua Lee PowerISO doesn't support copy protected CD/DVD discs.
Power Software Ltd - Mar 26 2013 at 2:01am Copy Link
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Jordan Whiteley I'm trying to purchase but I keep getting error message "INVALID TRANSACTION CURRENCY" when I press the "Checkout with PayPal" button. What can I do to get around this error?
Mar 26 2013 at 3:55am Copy Link
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Martin Myhre Does the virtual drive support bluray ISOs?
Mar 26 2013 at 4:02am Copy Link
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Jordan Whiteley I get the above error in Chrome, but in Firefox I can get to the PayPal page... but when I log in and select "Continue" button, it returns to SWREG page with error message "MISSING DELIVERY FIRST NAME", so i filled out the personal details form at the bottom of the SWREG page (email, first name, last name etc..) and pressed "Checkout with PayPal" button again.. Paypal page loaded again, i pressed the "Continue" button to complete the transaction and it returns me to the SWREG page AGAIN saying "Missing delivery first name" again!? HELP!
Mar 26 2013 at 4:03am Copy Link
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Fkname Fkname How come when I click "burn multisession disc" PowerISO brings me to the website for gBurner (http://www.gburner.com/) ?
Mar 26 2013 at 10:32am Copy Link
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DrTeeth That is why I did not purchase it last time. See the older comments, it provides a link to the same company's compression utility which does NOT disappear on registration.

This program is paid for adware and I wish BdJ can get this product's competitors to offer a deal. As much as I would like to buy this sort of program, this one fails on this sort of thing.
Mar 26 2013 at 12:40pm Copy Link
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Johno Hi, at first the information on this program looks good, and I am sort of interested, but its not clear to me from the provided screenshots or info about a few questions.
Will it allow you to have *.iso images (pref. compressed ones) stored on your hard drive (or on disc) mount them and extract single files or several files or do you have to extract the whole disc when you actually want one file ?
and
Does it allow *.iso disc spanning as such if you are making large backups ?

And also, I am very interested in reading a response to Fkname and DrTeeth's questions above. Why indeed does it have a link, especially after purchasing, to another program that appears to do the same thing as PowerISO in many ways ? That does seem odd.

Looking forward to your response,
John Storrs.
Mar 26 2013 at 4:50pm Copy Link
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Fenghua Lee You can extract selected files from iso images(or other compressed images) without extract whole disc.

The program doesn't support disc spanning yet.

The links to other programs will be removed in future releases.
Power Software Ltd - Mar 26 2013 at 6:47pm Copy Link
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Jordan Whiteley @DrTeeth: Thank you :-) your comment coupled with the Ops obvious lack of a response to my question saved me from paying money for this dodgy software program. I'm now happy to pay full price elsewhere.
Mar 27 2013 at 4:00am Copy Link
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Niculescu Lucian what about 100%discount?
Sep 27 2013 at 4:32am Copy Link
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Genie au Travail Very good software that I use since several years now!
Sep 27 2013 at 5:00am Copy Link
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DrTeeth Please read the older comments before buying.
Sep 28 2013 at 2:02pm Copy Link
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_*_ Read old comments.

$14.99 with Lifetime updates.

There is little wonder why the developer might place an ad in the program to hopefully get you to purchase more of their products.
Sep 28 2013 at 4:45pm Copy Link
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Fenghua Lee The links to other programs are removed from the version provided.
Power Software Ltd - Sep 29 2013 at 5:21am Copy Link
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Michael R. Recently I found out, that an USB-Stick, which I created with another program, does no more boot with my new Win8 computer (UEFI/Seure-boot).

Also there seem to be diffent possibilities to boot from a CD in Win8. E.g. the Win8-recovery-CD from MS or TrueImage-Recovery-CD always boots from CD, from others the user has to go to the Setup - F10 on my computer - and choose the Cd-drive as boot-drive.

Is it possible to create bootable USB-sticks with these systems with PowerISO?
Is it possible to create both types of bootable CDs/DVDs?
Sep 30 2013 at 12:54am Copy Link
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Lito I bought this program and it looks like an interesting tool. There are a few features in it this program that are missing that I really think need to be in it.

An LBA (Logical Block Address) column, which I think is kind of essential for a disc image application. Having LBA displayed and letting me sort by that is necessary to see how the data on the disc was physically put together.

Most ISO images, have multiple filesystems (ISO9660, UDF, Joliet). This program seems to auto choose one automatically. This might be an issue especially since this program allows you to rename files in the ISO. The ISO9660 filesystem is all caps and IIRC has limited allowable character set compared to UDF which can be mixed case and allows for longer file names.
Sep 30 2013 at 11:01am Copy Link
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VLM Does PowerISO rip copy protected disks?
Oct 1 2013 at 1:30am Copy Link
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Mr. Floppy @ VLM
If you use an on the fly blu ray (dvd) decrypter it should be possible.
Oct 1 2013 at 2:18am Copy Link
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VLM Mr. Floppy - Thank you for your response. Is it correct, then, to say that PowerISO does not decrypt, and that a utility from another party is needed? Is there one that you prefer to use?
Oct 1 2013 at 4:56am Copy Link
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disenchanted @ VLM,

An ISO utility like Poweriso is good for creating, burning, changing contents of ISO files.

It could be better compared to a ZIP or RAR program than to a Decrypter.
You can create ISO, edit ISO, burn ISOs, extract data from existing ISOs.

A complete list of ISO programs and their functions is at:
http://en.wikipedia.org/w...e_software
Oct 1 2013 at 5:45am Copy Link
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VLM disenchanted - Thanks! Great resource.
Oct 2 2013 at 12:21am Copy Link
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Neostar I don't like the WinArchiver advertisement in the right-click menu, is there a way to get rid of this?
Mar 19 2014 at 6:48am Copy Link
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Chris I purchased this about 1 hour ago and used PayPal and received my PayPal receipt email but have not received the serial key yet. Could you help me out by sending it please?

EDIT:

Just received the serial key, thank you. Also, there are no addons like toolbars etc in the one I installed. I didn't notice any promotion for WinArchiver in the right click menu. I did read from the DEV that it would be removed in future versions so maybe it is gone now.
Mar 21 2014 at 12:40am Copy Link
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Jean-Louis LaFrance Jr I haven't received my serial key either...
Mar 22 2014 at 11:36am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea @Jean-Louis LaFrance Jr - I've just contacted the vendor to help with the issue you mention.
BitsDuJour Admin - Mar 22 2014 at 11:47am Copy Link
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Nick Kobe I would buy this application if the licensing agreement did not offer what is seemingly a growing attempt to mislead the buyer. First in "The Fine Print" it tells the reader that the license isn't computer based it is user based. That means, at least historically, that the user can install the software on any computer they own. In the next bullet point the license summary states that you can ONLY install the software on a "computer and laptop." This is extraordinary! Isn't a laptop a computer? I thought so! Even more importantly the license isn't per user it is for a limited number of computers (2) and only one person can use the software. I will never buy such somewhere on these terms unless it is an extra ordinary value that means a very unique need that I might have for its utility. Vendors, please stop playing games with the licensing agreements. I own two desktops and 6 laptop computers and such agreements, for what the software does, is unreasonable even when discounted.
Mar 22 2014 at 7:34pm Copy Link
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Fenghua Lee Sorry, there is some delay for the delivery. Please check your email for the license information.
Power Software Ltd - Mar 22 2014 at 11:31pm Copy Link
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Lwarom PowerISO is being advertised as a "COMING SOON DEAL" for quite a while, any idea with approx. how many weeks or months, I really need to purchase this ONE! PLEASE EMAIL ME UPDATES OR INFO IF YOU CAN, THANK YOU.
Dec 26 2014 at 8:38am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea @Lwarom - Please click the I Want This button. This will ensure that you will receive an email when the deal is active. The deals in the Upcoming Discounts section are the deals we will feature within the next 3 days. If this deal has been in that section for a while it means it was most likely there for 2 days today.
BitsDuJour Admin - Dec 26 2014 at 8:44am Copy Link
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Lwarom Ok Florea, I should be patient and wait for this wander to happen, I'm burning to buy this beauty[PowerISO] at such a price-taking in consideration is as described: " LIFETIME LICENSE-Upgrades to future versions of the software will be free for the lifetime of the product. Thank you Constantine and Marry Christmas to Teamsters in BitsDujour, God Bless you all!
Dec 26 2014 at 10:11am Copy Link
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Sputnik I have bought this software with a lifetime licence back in 2011, but I finally never used it even if I usually download each new version, just in case I would need this software.

Two important things :

1- The last version seems to be infected as per VirusTotal :
https://www.virustotal.co.../analysis/

2- COMODO Firewall doesn't allow the access to the downloading page on PowerISO website, certainly because the page is infected.

I think that this company has to bring some correctives to their product in order to keep a good reputation...
Dec 27 2014 at 5:14am Copy Link
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Gabriel Zastawnik Like Sputnik I am the user of this software since 2011. I bought it after reading some very optimistic reviews about this program. And this is very powerfull software indeed.

My Avira Antivirus detects some spyware and malware in it. I know that it can be false positive alarm BUT it also installs some crap software (it think it is malware/spyware) which calls "search protect". It installs its toolbars in web browsers without permission and it takes a while to get rid of it.

My opinion? Creators of this soft must return to times when their software was not overloaded with third party malware apps.
Dec 27 2014 at 5:55am Copy Link
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Lwarom Hi Florea, after purchasing PowerISO on I got the receipt of purchase with license NR.(Order ID: 3CBXCMQ-AH5AJ8). They also offer 2 downloads for x86 & x64 bit PC. Most PCs now work on x64 bit, however in the past I used x86(32bit) version 'cos that's what I got with an "old" key. My bad for that(need it to try it), however having an Win7-x64 System what you/PowerISO recommends in this case to use from them 2 downloads(x86 & x64)? Thanks in advance for both: Owners(PowerISO) and BitsDujour for this wonderful gift for Christmas & New Year offering us to buy this beauty[PowerISO] at such a GOOD price-taking in consideration is as described: " LIFETIME LICENSE-Upgrades to future versions of the software will be free for the lifetime of the product". Happy New Year and Fructuous & Benefic Business to BitsDujour Teamsters and their Partners. May God Bless you All!
Dec 27 2014 at 7:02am Copy Link
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VLM I just wish to be clear on one point. Fine Print says "Email license activation is required." Does this mean that an activation key is sent via email at the time of purchase, and that this key (perhaps along with other purchase information, such as email or name used) is to be used for activation. In other words, activation can be achieved without connection to the Internet. Yes?

Also, I have a functionality question: Does PowerISO break through disk/media protection schemes, or does it work only on unprotected media? (Anyone, please feel free to respond! :)

Thanks!
Dec 27 2014 at 8:54am Copy Link
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Stuart Clarke At Lawrom: incredibly effusive posts, these. I'd hope for BDJ's sake (and its users) that you're not spamming because all it does is put people off the idea of going anywhere near this commercial product and stay with ISO freeware instead.
Dec 27 2014 at 8:55am Copy Link
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Dmitrij Beliakov Why for me price is $18.14 USD at checkout ????
Not 14.99 USD :(
So, for some ppl 14.99 but for some 18.14?

And kind of spyware inside?
https://www.virustotal.co...419702650/
Dec 27 2014 at 9:48am Copy Link
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ByteSmith MALWARE ALERT!!!
I was very interested in purchasing PowerISO and thought I would install the application before purchase. I downloaded PowerISO 64-bit directly from the PowerISO website. At the end of the install, my malware protection reported that it stopped a malware program named sp-downloader.exe from running. I validated that sp-downloader.exe was injected as part of the PowerISO install. A quick search in the internet showed that others have had the same experience with PowerISO.
It is absolutely inexcusable for a software vendor to release software with imbedded malware whether they are aware of it or not.
I recommend that BitsDuJour validate the issue themselves and then pull PowerISO immediately after validation.
Dec 27 2014 at 10:53am Copy Link
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Harold User Was going to purchase, but stopped dead by the posts in re malware on board download. Please BdJ, respond to these comments ASAP.

Thanks
Dec 27 2014 at 11:55am Copy Link
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Dmitrij Beliakov If buyer have USA IP address - price is 14.99 usd
For all other - 18.14 usd
Dec 27 2014 at 1:32pm Copy Link
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Gabriel Zastawnik @ Peter R: I really do agree that false positives do happen. But even if you unmark third party software installation it installs something called "Search protect" or something like that. As an old user of this soft I installed new version last week and spent 2 hours uninstalling this third party add-ons. So I write this as an old PowerISO user. I am not a newbie with this soft.

To be clear - I am really not against third party apps. But I do not agree to install them without my knowledge!
Dec 27 2014 at 1:35pm Copy Link
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Sputnik @ Peter R : Even if it is possible to skip the installation of the extra addons which are not at all directly related to PowerISO, we habitually see these extra addons only with free softwares, so that the developers may earn some money, but these addons are really not welcomed when you pay for the software...
Dec 27 2014 at 2:02pm Copy Link
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Dmitrij Beliakov PPL, all is ok
Download trial version from BitsDuJour - clear
After buying - send me download link with full clear x86 and x64 version of PowerISO :)

So, grab it fast as price so good :)
Dec 27 2014 at 2:21pm Copy Link
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Gabriel Zastawnik Peter R: O_o. My fault. I downloaded installation file once again and installed PowerISO once more. There _is_ indeed option NOT to install Serach protect. I must have missed it - and I know why. I did not read carrefully all the text screens during installation and when I landed on the page which says "Agree and install" and "Skip" I though it is about PowerISO and not some other software.
Dec 27 2014 at 2:54pm Copy Link
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Amit Can poweriso create multi iso DVDS. I mean many isos been added to the dvd and on booting from the dvd, the user can select which iso to use. Similar to what yumi does to usb drives, but I want MULTI ISO DVDS, and not multi iso usb. Or can anyone here guide somewhat in creation of multi iso DVDS?
Dec 27 2014 at 6:56pm Copy Link
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Kalides User all the way to windows 7? how old is this software...also can it butn video to viewable dvd in regular players?
Jul 25 2015 at 5:12am Copy Link
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Jon Spain It includes 8 at the top of the page.
Jul 28 2015 at 12:12am Copy Link
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dcee3 WARNING! I purchased PowerISO and when I went to upgrade it recently the upgrade had a HUGE amount of Adware! Wouldn't you think that if you bought the software it would be free from malware and adware? Read the fine print!
BUYER BEWARE!
Jul 28 2015 at 7:59am Copy Link
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Stephen Stimac I have owned and used PowerISO for a long time. It's a great program. However, they've included EyeCandy(?) in all of the install programs and both Malwarebytes & Norton AV refuse to install the updates. I have to email them and request a CLEAN version for each new update (note: they do email me a link for a clean install but it's a pain having to do this each upgrade). I have requested they remove the EyeCandy each time and hope they will soon :(.
Jul 28 2015 at 8:25am Copy Link
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Kalides User to know about the malware. i used to use PowerISO, years ago, but when i had a dead hard drive, i couldn't find serial #, and never pursued it...if they have gone to the dark side, it is just as wall, i guess i will take a pass....i wonder if microsoft has a software like this, or intel...
Jul 28 2015 at 9:03am Copy Link
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Helmut User if you are afraid of opencandy, you have 2 options:

1) never do the next next next, always read befor you click
2) use the command line to install a programm and add the option "/nocandy" (example: Setup.exe /NOCANDY)
Jul 28 2015 at 1:11pm Copy Link
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Tiffiny I've been using poweriso since 3.8, and love the software, still doing everything it needs to do, but I'll buy this just to support.

@Helmut User, thanks for the tip!
Jul 28 2015 at 2:27pm Copy Link
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Stephen Stimac Helmut User if you are afraid of opencandy, you have 2 options:

Your comment of AFRAID of opencandy is totally subjective and not appropriate for my statement. The fact Malwarebyte AND Norton AV won't let me install the software without addition action is a PAIN.

1) never do the next next next, always read befor you click
There is NO OPTION to avoid installing opencandy. That's the first thing I tried.


2) use the command line to install a programm and add the option "/nocandy" (example: Setup.exe /NOCANDY)
Requiring installation of software via a command line is not user friendly. No other software I own requires such special attention.
Jul 28 2015 at 4:56pm Copy Link
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Kalides User there is another option...not support companies that do this malware shit...
Jul 28 2015 at 8:36pm Copy Link
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Stephen Stimac You are absolutely correct and I don't purchase software with malware such as opencandy implemented. However, I purchased PowerISO BEFORE they implemented opencandy in the installs. It was a clean install. Now I'm stuck with it until I find an acceptable alternative.

My initial intent with the original posting was not to have a theoretical diatribe on malware but to warn potential customers that opencandy is part of the install and there is no opt out option during the install.

This thread is dead.
Ciao,
Jul 28 2015 at 9:13pm Copy Link
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Kalides User Stephen, you did not start this thrread...informing people about malware, is not a dead thread....as i said, i was happy with this software, until they went the way of evil. and i will keep saying that
Jul 28 2015 at 9:39pm Copy Link
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twm Hi guys, how can I check if this opencandy got installed? I remember upgrading recently but didn't get any warning with ESET.
Jul 28 2015 at 11:11pm Copy Link
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Helmut User Sorry if i offended anybody with my comment. because that was all it should be - a comment without any feelings behind. maybe i choose a wrong expression for it. blame it on me being german and trying my best in english language.

yes poweriso is a good tool and yes, bundeling with adware su**s.i would prefer a clean installer but if you want the tool and cannot get one, then mayby my tip will help you.

@kalides: the problem is finding that companies. there is no up to date list of companies working together with opencandy or similar.

@stephan: no this thread is not dead. information matters and an open discussion is always good.

@twm: opencandy does not stay installed on your system. opencandy is a tool for getting other software (toolbars, ...) on your system. opencandy deletes itself after the job is done.
Jul 29 2015 at 6:45am Copy Link
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Stephen Stimac When I said the thread is dead I meant that we are repeating the same information; ping ponging similar messages with the same content.

1. PowerISO is a good product.

2. PowerISO always installs with/using OpenCandy and that can be a problem with anti-malware and anti-virus software. The issue of whether OpenCandy is a serious negative is up to each purchaser of the software.
NOTE: When I email a request for a CLEAN copy, they have always responded quickly with a link for a clean download. I give them credit for responding positively.


NOTE: PowerISO's OpenCandy does not remove itself after install - I've verified this numerous times including the latest update I recently received. I use Revo Uninstaller and OpenCandy shows up as installed after the PowerISO installation has completed and the computer is restarted. Once again, depending on the purchaser this may or may not be an issue.
Jul 29 2015 at 7:03am Copy Link
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Peter S As a very keen prospective Customer I for one have found some of these comments very useful. From MY Point of View a single COMBiNED 32&64bit installer would be preferable given the proliferate increase in Windows 64bit equipped PC's. I use licensed Malwarebytes Kaspersky Pure and Nortons to so these comments have been of great interest to me.

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@Stephen Stimac: Would You care to list the direct download address to these CLEAN versions?

Sounds like the Vendor should just simply list a version WiTHOUT EyeCandy / OpenCandy (whatever these 'Candy' things are) if the Vendor appears to be willing to send out a Clean version to licensed user's upon request. Perhaps they could locate this Clean version somewhere obscure on their website so only those who go beyond the home or download page will find 'it'.

.

If only the Vendor would RESPOND to User Comments, we may be able to ask them to list a CLEAN Version
Jul 29 2015 at 11:33pm Copy Link
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Jon Spain I've been trying to buy this morning but the link just doesn't travel through. It may be just an IE problem but can it be looked at, please?
Feb 2 2016 at 1:01am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea @Jon Spain, I have tried the purchase flow using Firefox, Google Chrome, IE and also using a web proxy and in all occasions the discount was showing up correctly and I didn't see any issues. Could you please let me know the actual issue you encounter while trying to purchase?
BitsDuJour Admin - Feb 2 2016 at 4:03am Copy Link
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Jon Spain Thank you, the discount is probably fine but the connection to the store just doesn't get there, even using the alternative link underneath.
Feb 2 2016 at 4:10am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea @Jon Spain, I have just contacted the vendor as he will be able to better help with the issue you mention.
BitsDuJour Admin - Feb 2 2016 at 4:36am Copy Link
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Jon Spain Thanks, the problem seems to be no response from your website, not theirs.
Feb 2 2016 at 4:48am Copy Link
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Bertie Brummel @ Jon Spain: A shot into the dark: Is Comcast your ISP? If so, you may want to read the comments in the Directory Lister deal today.
Feb 2 2016 at 5:33am Copy Link
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Jon Spain Excellent idea, Bertie, and thank you but, no, I'm in UK and it may be my employer's firewall or a poor implementation of IE. If I don't manage to reach it here, I'll use FireFox at home.

Apologies to Constantin, the bad connection IS to the vendor's website!
Feb 2 2016 at 5:45am Copy Link
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PatrickB Lifetime free software updates? (V7, V8, ...)
Thanks
Feb 2 2016 at 6:46am Copy Link
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Jon Spain OK, it was fine in FF at home so I;ve managed to complete buying it; thanks
Feb 2 2016 at 12:46pm Copy Link
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JW Hmmm. As I'm in the UK, I'm just wondering ... since when was $14.99 the equivalent of £12.00 - or even £14.40 when you add in VAT @ 20%. That's how much this program is costing - when paid for through MyCommerce!!
At today's Currency exchange rate, $14.99 equates to £10.40 rather than £12.00 .. so I'm wondering why MyCommerce are taking the 15% or £1.60 (before the VAT is being added)?
And, just for completeness, for those in €uroland, there's a 16.6% markup being made, even if their VAT is slightly less that 20%.

So I'm going to pay for it in US$ (where there's no mark-up being charged).
Feb 2 2016 at 2:54pm Copy Link
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Rustem Faz What are update/upgrade policy options?
Thanks.
Sep 24 2016 at 12:54am Copy Link
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Nate Howland @Rustem - The update policy is on the "Fine Print" tab of this page.

It says "Upgrades to future versions of the software will be free for the lifetime of the product."

I take that to mean this is a lifetime license.
Sep 24 2016 at 7:17am Copy Link
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D Can't complete checkout, keeps saying failed action from the Merchants page. Will this deal be extended if people can't complete checkout because there's something wrong with the merchant system?
Sep 24 2016 at 9:47pm Copy Link
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Constantin Florea @D, The promotion runs today 25th of September as well. I just contacted the vendor regarding the issue you mention. Until the vendor responds, I suggest clearing your browser cache and cookies and try to purchase again. Also, please consider trying other browsers like IE, Chrome, Firefox or Opera.
BitsDuJour Admin - Sep 25 2016 at 3:34am Copy Link
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Fenghua Lee Sorry, we can't replicate the problem. Please clear your browser cache, and try again.
Power Software Ltd - Sep 25 2016 at 7:56pm Copy Link
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Mappi75 Is there a Installer without any Search & Security Software options ?

With german language the option fields cannot seletcted because the text is over the option boxes.

BTW: i dont want to install such "malware".
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wts I just now updated the PowerISO that I had bought at a prior BDJ offering. The updater included some extra "offerings". The first showed a checkbox that you could uncheck. Then a page came up with 2 additional extras WITHOUT check boxes but with messages under each to click for more information. Clicking on these brings up checkboxes to uncheck. So BEWARE if the current new download includes the same. Finding and unchecking those checkboxes finally brings you to an install of an excellent product.
May 31 2017 at 11:27am Copy Link
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Gary Smith After reading all the comments, it is no wonder the developer is not participating by answering questions. I feel sorry for someone so greedy. Thank goodness there are alternatives (as mentioned in other comments).
May 31 2017 at 6:45pm Copy Link
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Tiffiny If you want to install without dealing with OpenCandy, run the installer with the trailing option "/nocandy"

ie "powerISO6-Full.exe /nocandy"
(no quotes of course)
May 31 2017 at 9:42pm Copy Link
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Mappi75 cdburnerxp is freeware and the default download offers "installCore" too (opencandy).

BUT:

all the years they offering a link "More download options"

and then download

"Default installer (Without installCore)" (without opencandy)

I can accept that freeware use opencandy to earn a little bit money.

But for paid Software i will never accept that.

So a addware free DL should be offered for all paying customers.
Jun 1 2017 at 12:22pm Copy Link
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SoftCollector Well, most CD burners offer the same functionality as part of the package. Not sure what warrants buying a special ISO manipulating software.
Jun 1 2017 at 10:56pm Copy Link
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bsr007 Hi PowerISO Support, PowerISO looks like great software. Can you create and burn ISO image files yo external hard drives and USB pen drlives (as well as CDs and DvDs)? Thanks for your help.
Dec 13 2017 at 2:08am Copy Link
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pierre User mmm... what about windows10 ???
Dec 13 2017 at 8:12am Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Great News! Power Software Ltd has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Dec 14 2017 at 12:11am Copy Link
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J S BdJ MODERATORS ...

I believe that 'pierre User' is making an very oblique reference to the fact that the product description - SPECiFiCALLY the 2nd Sentence in the 2nd Paragraph, REQUiRES UPDATING from "... Windows 7 ..." to say "... Windows 10 ...".

Regards,

J S
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Smile Is this purchase a lifetime free upgrade?
Thank you.
Jul 9 at 4:08am Copy Link
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Fenghua Lee Yes, it is lifetime free upgrade.
Power Software Ltd - Jul 11 at 4:31am Copy Link
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Steven Avery And I can confirm that my download of 7.2 took the serial code from my PowerIso purchase on Bits du Jour many years back.

The install includes some opt-out installs of McAfee and Ad-Adaware, one where the opt-out is two-step. That was a bit tacky.

However, the integrity of the purchase for years and years I can affirm.
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Smile myCommerce This payment website, I have been unable to buy successfully, there are other purchase channels? Thank you.
The same is true for buying other software, which has not been successfully purchased by myCommerce.
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