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PDFtk Server 2.02

Package Tool Discontinued

PDFtk is a command-line tool for working with PDFs. It is commonly used for client-side scripting or server-side processing of PDFs. It does not require Adobe Acrobat or Reader, and it runs on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

Runs on:WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Dependencies: libiconv2.dll
License: GPL FOSS
How to extract: Uniextract the Installer, copy these two files:

Similar/alternative apps: QPDF

7za (7-Zip) v19.00

Package Tool

Standalone console version of 7-Zip with reduced formats support. 7-Zip is a free and open-source file archiver, a utility used to place groups of files within compressed containers known as "archives". It is developed by Igor Pavlov and was first released in 1999. 7-Zip uses its own 7z archive format, but can read and write several other archive formats.


  • Formats: bzip2 (bz2 bzip2 tbz2 (.tar) tbz (.tar)); gzip (gz gzip tgz (.tar) tpz (.tar) apk (.tar0)); lzma; lzma86; Split (001); xz (xz txz (.tar)); 7z; Cab; tar (tar ova); zip (zip z01 zipx jar xpi odt ods docx xlsx epub ipa apk appx).
  • Codecs: BCJ2; BCJ; PPC; IA64; ARM; ARMT; SPARC; Swap2; Swap4; BZip2; Copy; Deflate64; Deflate; Delta; LZMA2; LZMA; PPMD; 7zAES; AES256CBC.
  • Hashers: CRC32; CRC64; SHA1; SHA256.
Alternatively you can copy both 7z.exe and 7z.dll from 7-Zip.

Runs on:WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8
Unicode support: Yes
License: GPL FOSS
How to extract: Download and unpack the 7z****-extra.7z archive, and copy the 32 or 64 bit version of "7za.exe"

Yori [Yori]


Start a Yori shell instance.

Yori is a CMD replacement shell that supports backquotes, job control, and improves tab completion, file matching, aliases, command history, and more.

Part of Yori.

License: MIT License FOSS

Yori (Package) v1.40


Yori is a collection of tools for Windows aimimg to replace the default (CMD) shell and many built-in and other commands.

It contains the following tools:

Assoc (yassoc): Display or edit file associations.
Cab (cab): Compresses files into CAB files or extracts files from CAB files.
Cal (ycal): Display a calendar.
CharMap (ycharmap): Displays a set of characters.
Clip (yclip): Manipulate clipboard state including copy and paste.
Clmp (clmp): Multi process compiler wrapper
Cls (ycls): Clears the console.
Co (yco): Displays file manager.
Compact (ycompact): Compress or decompress one or more files.
Copy (ycopy): Copies one or more files.
CpuInfo (ycpuinfo): Display cpu topology information.
Cshot (cshot): Captures previous output on the console and outputs to standard output.
Cut (ycut): Outputs a portion of an input buffer of text.
Cvtvt (cvtvt): Converts text with VT100 color escapes into another format.
Date (ydate): Outputs the system date and time in a specified format.
Df (ydf): Display disk free space.
Dir (ydir): Enumerate the contents of directories.
Du (ydu): Display disk space used within directories.
Echo (yecho): Outputs text.
Edit (yedit): Open a file for editing.
Env (yenv): Set environment state and execute a command.
Erase (yerase): Delete one or more files.
Err (yerr): Display error codes as strings.
Expr (yexpr): Evaluate simple arithmetic expressions.
FInfo (finfo): Output information about file metadata.
For (yfor): Enumerates through a list of strings or files.
FsCmp (fscmp): Test for file system conditions.
Get (yget): Fetches objects from HTTP and stores them in local files.
Grpcmp (grpcmp): Returns true if the user is a member of the specified group.
Hash (yhash): Hash a file.
Help (yhelp): Displays help for Yori.
HexDump (hexdump): Output the contents of one or more files in hex.
Hilite (hilite): Output the contents of one or more files with highlight on lines matching specified criteria.
Iconv (iconv): Convert the character encoding of one or more files.
IniTool (initool): Query or set values in INI files.
IntCmp (intcmp): Compare two integer values.
Kill (ykill): Terminate processes.
Lines (lines): Count the number of lines in one or more files.
Lsof (lsof): Determine which processes are keeping files open.
Mem (ymem): Display memory usage.
Mkdir (ymkdir): Creates directories.
Mklink (ymklink): Creates hardlinks, symbolic links, or junctions.
More (ymore): Output the contents of one or more files with paging and scrolling.
Mount (ymount): Mount or unmount an ISO disk.
Move (ymove): Moves or renames one or more files.
Nice (nice): Runs a child program at low priority.
OsVer (osver): Outputs the operating system version in a specified format.
Path (ypath): Converts relative paths into decomposable full paths.
Pause (ypause): Prompt the user to press any key before continuing.
ProcInfo (procinfo): Collects information about a running system process.
Ps (yps): Display process list.
ReadLine (readline): Inputs a line and sends it to output.
Repl (repl): Output the contents of one or more files with specified text replaced with alternate text.
Rmdir (yrmdir): Removes directories.
Scut (scut): Create, modify, display or execute Window shortcuts.
sdir (sdir): Colorful, sorted and optionally rich directory enumeration for Windows.
SetVer (setver): Runs a child program with an explicit Windows version.
Shutdown (yshutdn): Shutdown the system.
Sleep (sleep): Waits for a specified amount of time.
Split (ysplit): Split a file into pieces.
Sponge (ysponge): Read input into memory and output once all input is read, allowing the output to modify the source stream.
Start (ystart): Ask the shell to open a file.
StrCmp (strcmp): Compare two strings.
Stride (ystride): Output periodic contents of one or more files.
Sync (sync): Flush files, directories or volumes to disk.
Tail (tail): Output the final lines of one or more files.
Tee (tee): Output the contents of standard input to standard output and a file.
TimeThis (timethis): Runs a child program and times its execution.
Title (ytitle): Get or set the console window title.
Touch (touch): Create files or update timestamps.
Type (ytype): Output the contents of one or more files.
VhdTool (vhdtool): Manage VHD files.
Vol (yvol): Outputs storage volume information in a specified format.
Which (which): Searches a semicolon delimited environment variable for a file. When searching PATH, also applies PATHEXT executable extension matching.
WinInfo (wininfo): Return information about a window.
WinPos (winpos): Move or size application windows.
YDbg (ydbg): Debugs processes.
Yori (yori): Start a Yori shell instance; a CMD replacement shell.
Yui (yui): Display lightweight graphical UI.

Runs on:WinNT / Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Unicode support: Yes
License: MIT License FOSS
How to extract: Either run the installer or:

Download the CAB files and extract them into one folder (for 32-bit version, replace "amd64" with "win32"):
What's new? See:


Collection Unix Port Discontinued

A collection of Unix tools ported to Windows. Download updates and the remaining tools here.

NOTE: tools are dated 2003 or earlier.

⚠️Some of these ports (see under "Ignored") may be vulnerable due to their age. See the FAQ for more.

Included tools
bold = Original parent package or single tools:
strikethrough= "dummy" according to the porter (doesn't work).
AGREP (Wikinaut).
bc: bc,dc.
bzip2: bzip2, bunzip2, bzip2recover.
Coreutils: basename, cat, chgrp, chmod, chown, cksum, comm, cp*, csplit, cut, date, dd, df, dircolors, dirname, du, echo, env, expand, expr, factor, fmt, fold, head, id, install, join, ln*, logname, ls, md5sum, mkdir, mkfifo, mknod, mv, nl, od, paste, pathchk, pr, printenv, printf, ptx, pwd, rm, rmdir, seq, sha1sum, sleep, sort, split, sum, sync, tac, tail, tee, test, touch, tr, tsort, uname, unexpand, uniq, wc, whoami, yes.
(*) cp, ln: works only on NT, does real hardlinks on NTFS.
Diffutils: cmp, diff, diff3, sdiff.
• Fileutils: mvdir (obsolete tool).
Findutils: find, xargs.
fsplit (Fortran files).
gawk: input files are opened in text mode.
grep: grep, egrep, fgrep.
gzip: gzip, gunzip, zcat.
less: less, lesskey.
make: See note in the linked entry.
rman (PolyglotMan).
Sharutils: shar*, unshar, uudecode, uuencode.
(*) shar: only works with -T (text) option.
tar. See note in the linked entry.
util-linux: su.
which: does not search the current directory.
zsh (under the names zsh, sh).
These tools (not ports) are also provided by the developer: gclip, gplay, pclip, type.

• Info-ZIP: Zip 2.3, UnZip 5.42: old vulnerable versions.
• RARLAB: UnRAR 3.00 beta 7: old vulnerable version.
• Wget 1.8.2: old vulnerable version.

Runs on:Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
License: GPL FOSS