It’s been 5 long years since the last update, but CiderPress (for Windows) finally gets some love that includes a few new features and bug fixes. In case you don’t know, CiderPress is the essential utility for working with Apple II disk images on Windows-based PCs. It supports ShrinkIt (NuFX) files, and disk images with DOS, ProDOS, Pascal, CP/M and RDOS filesystems. It can also work with .gz and .zip files. In short, it’s the Swiss Army Knife of disk image manipulation.
You can get the new version from: http://sourceforge.net/projects/ciderpress/files/CiderPress%20Executable/3.0.2/
Please note that while this is the latest release, Andy has said this is a ‘development version’ that will need to be thoroughly tested. For now, CiderPress 3.0.1 is still the ‘official’ build.
Tip o’ the hat to Bill Buckels via CSA2.