If you have already purchased PowerGREP, you can download your own licensed copy by typing in your email address and PowerGREP user ID below. The default version choice gives you the latest version of PowerGREP that your license is valid for, which may or may not be the latest version that was released. You can also download any older version if you want to run PowerGREP on older versions of Windows.
If you lost your user ID, type in your email address and leave the user ID field blank. Your license details are then emailed to you immediately.
Otherwise, buy PowerGREP now for US$ 159. Our three-month unconditional money-back guarantee allows you to evaluate the full software risk-free for three months.
The free evaluation version can be downloaded anonymously. It allows you to explore PowerGREP for 15 days of actual use. Full documentation is included.
The free evaluation version is fully functional, except for the ability to save results and libraries. Action definitions can be saved, however, so you can easily reproduce the results with the full version. All files saved with the free evaluation version can be opened by the full version of PowerGREP. The trial version cannot access the PowerGREP forum.
If you’d like an unrestricted 3-month trial instead, simply buy PowerGREP now. If you are unsatisfied with the product for any reason, you can return it within 3 months for a full refund.
Download PowerGREP Free Trial (22.8 MB). Version 5.3.2 released 8 July 2022.
Both the purchased and free evaluation downloads include full documentation as a help file. Press F1 while using PowerGREP to bring it up. The help file explains all of PowerGREP’s features in detail and provides many practical examples. It also includes a detailed tutorial to regular expressions.
If you want a printable manual, you can download the PowerGREP manual in PDF format. It contains the same text as the help file.
If you just want to have a look at the documentation without downloading anything, you can read the PowerGREP user’s guide on this website. The regular expressions tutorial has its own website.