The history of PowerBASIC compilers goes back over 25 years. That's when Bob Zale, PowerBASIC's founder, created BASIC/Z, the first interactive compiler for CP/M and MDOS. It was extended to MS-DOS, and in 1987 Borland published it as the now legendary Turbo BASIC. The compiler became officially known as PowerBASIC in 1990 when Bob Zale founded PowerBASIC Inc.

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PowerBASIC adds Unicode support
PowerBASIC Console Compiler for Windows 6.0 now lets you mix Unicode and ANSI in the same program.
PowerBASIC Compiler for Windows V10 released
Version 10 adds Unicode support, Static Link Libraries, expanded graphics engine and an improved IDE.