PeaZip is a free, open source, cross platform, portable archiving and compression utility, with encryption and volume split features. It has full for support: 7Z, 7Z-sfx, ARC/WRC, BZ2/TBZ2, GZ/TGZ, PAQ/LPAQ, PEA, QUAD/BALZ, split, TAR, UPX, ZIP. You can open, browse, extract, test: ACE, ARJ, CAB, CHM, COMPOUND (MSI, DOC, XLS, PPT), CPIO, ISO, Java (JAR, EAR, WAR), Linux (DEB, PET/PUP, RPM, SLP), LHA/LZH, NSIS, OOo, PAK/PK3/PK4, RAR, WIM, XPI, Z/TZ, ZIPX files. Other features include split/join files, wipe files (secure deletion), byte to byte compare files, checksum/hash files, system benchmark, bookmark files and folders.
- Archive directory tree is shown in navigation sidebar while browsing an archive (above Bookmarks) and can be used for navigation or quick exploration of archive directory structure
- Added Expand/collapse archive tree toggle in quick history menu, allowing quick inspection of directory structure inside the archive
- In-archive breadcrumb improved, now showing list of directories from nodes dropdown menu, consistently with filesystem breadcrumb section
- File browser now shows .exe icons on Windows
- Can now set starting directory in Options > Settings > Advanced: last visited (default), computer's root, desktop, home, custom (user selected directory)
- Fixed showing directories even if omitted in archive TOC
- Fixed sorting files without extensions
- Various fixes and improvements
Reviewing 5.9.1 (Jan 12, 2016)
Works perfectly with an easy-to-use interface.
Reviewing 5.4.1 (Oct 14, 2014)
Good software: lots of useful features, stable and nice GUI. I used portable and installable versions without experiencing any kind of troubles.
Reviewing 5.4.1 (Aug 23, 2014)
Spread OpenCandy ! Avoid !
Reviewing 4.9.2 (Jun 7, 2013)
Last version seems more responsive than older ones I used, maybe it is faster because it is compiled for 64 bit Windows, feature set is complete, and it is free.
Reviewing 4.8.1 (Feb 4, 2013)
Gave it a 1 because it wants to install the candy garbage for windows.
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