In 1997, SAWPlus32, and SAW32 were
released, designed for the new 32-bit Windows API, and
came with more tracks, more features, and DirectX and VST
compatibility. By this time SAW was well established on
an international level.
The advent of the Internet allowed IQS to completely
restructure itself into a full-fledged cyber company. Individual
client download areas opened up new potential in being
able to offer the SAW programs direct, as well as being
able to supply end users with a direct method of accessing
updates to the latest version of the program.