Installing a new version of PowerDB could affect multi-user access to your data. In order to synchronize data or have multiple users connect to a database, all machines at a company must be running the same major release of PowerDB. If your company is using a different major release (e.g., version 9, 10 or 11), then you will need to coordinate updating all machines to the new version.

Note: Please consult with your PowerDB supervisor before upgrading to Version 11.1. Upgrading to Version 11.1 will update the database schema and will no longer be compatible with previous versions of 11.

Always unzip the PowerDB installation program prior to installing on your PC.

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powerdb_icon.png PowerDB Pro, Advanced, and Lite 11.1.2

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See note above about updating to version 11.1

2017-08-30 16:22:00 569.26 MB Download
powerdb_icon.png PowerDB Pro, Advanced, and Lite 11.0.3

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2016-11-09 11:23:00 463 MB Download
powerdb_icon.png PowerDB Pro, Advanced, and Lite 10.5.4

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2015-10-23 09:44:31 293 MB Download
powerdb_icon.png PowerDB Pro, Advanced, and Lite 10.5.3

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2015-02-03 10:50:25 265 MB Download
powerdb_icon.png PowerDB Pro 9.9.1

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2013-01-14 11:08:29 90.5 MB Download