File Management Compression 7-Zip (64-bit)

7-Zip (64-bit) 17.00 for Windows

by Igor Pavlov

Avg. Rating 4.6 (538 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.3 MB
License Open Source
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 85,230
Publisher Igor Pavlov
Homepage 7-Zip
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

7-Zip is a file archiver with a high compression ratio. The program supports 7z, ZIP, CAB, RAR, ARJ, LZH, CHM, GZIP, BZIP2, Z, TAR, CPIO, RPM and DEB formats. Compression ratio in the new 7z format is 30-50% better than ratio in ZIP format.

Latest Reviews

aaronpriest

aaronpriest reviewed v17.00 on May 9, 2017

17.00 is still beta

rallen52

rallen52 reviewed v16.04 on Oct 5, 2016

great app,can someone tell me how to change the icons,can t figure out the manager,thanks

Aegis69

Aegis69 reviewed v15.10 Beta on Nov 3, 2015

Why in the name of Odins beard do they continue to use these incredibly ugly icons, the application will never get anywhere as long as they continue to use them.

You can manually update the icons with the following link, but why do they not just change them??

http://www.7ztm.de/

gregzeng

gregzeng reviewed v15.08 Beta on Oct 2, 2015

7z1508-x64.exe
OPEN SOURCE, compared to copyright (foreign, unknown) stuff hidden in newish RAR, etc.
Also available as 32 bit.
Allows compression, decompression of many file types.
Regularly improved, upgraded, with compatibility with many older & freeware versions.
State of the art GUI menu interface, with good folder usage, file usage.
Version inbuilt into my favorite file browser (Servant Salamander) is faster, & almost as tightly compressed.
7-zip is used as a benchmark standard by many reviewing sites.
Benchmarking allows 8-core tests.
Ultra-compilation only allows 2-core, with very small improvement on overall compression.

Music4Ever

Music4Ever reviewed v15.08 Beta on Oct 1, 2015

Its very good but not IMO as good as Winrar, but I don't think anything is - Great for free though!

inkowyouknow

inkowyouknow reviewed v15.05 Beta on Jun 25, 2015

The only program to use, forget winzip and there charges this is free and does the same job if not better.

Kaden

Kaden reviewed v15.00 Alpha on Apr 6, 2015

dhry, refer here for Igor Pavlov's own explanation as to what seems like 7-Zip's odd version numbering: http://sourceforge.net/p...n/45797/thread/e127e39c . This is an old explanation but still holds true.

dhry

dhry reviewed v15.00 Alpha on Apr 6, 2015

Why the did version of this program go from 9.38 to 15.00?

Enlightenment

Enlightenment reviewed v9.38 Beta on Apr 4, 2015

7-Zip still doesn't support file recovery redundancy data to protect archive files against file damage, nor does 7-Zip support a larger file checksum than 32-bit CRC32.

WinRAR has options for file recovery and 256-bit BLAKE2 file hash.

7z isn't as robust for long-term storage as the better RAR file format.

Free is NOT always better!!

dhry

dhry reviewed v9.38 Beta on Jan 5, 2015

Way better than WinRAR, and completely free. I use this every single day.

Avg. Rating 4.6 (538 votes)
Your Rating
aaronpriest

aaronpriest reviewed v17.00 on May 9, 2017

17.00 is still beta

rallen52

rallen52 reviewed v16.04 on Oct 5, 2016

great app,can someone tell me how to change the icons,can t figure out the manager,thanks

Aegis69

Aegis69 reviewed v15.10 Beta on Nov 3, 2015

Why in the name of Odins beard do they continue to use these incredibly ugly icons, the application will never get anywhere as long as they continue to use them.

You can manually update the icons with the following link, but why do they not just change them??

http://www.7ztm.de/

gregzeng

gregzeng reviewed v15.08 Beta on Oct 2, 2015

7z1508-x64.exe
OPEN SOURCE, compared to copyright (foreign, unknown) stuff hidden in newish RAR, etc.
Also available as 32 bit.
Allows compression, decompression of many file types.
Regularly improved, upgraded, with compatibility with many older & freeware versions.
State of the art GUI menu interface, with good folder usage, file usage.
Version inbuilt into my favorite file browser (Servant Salamander) is faster, & almost as tightly compressed.
7-zip is used as a benchmark standard by many reviewing sites.
Benchmarking allows 8-core tests.
Ultra-compilation only allows 2-core, with very small improvement on overall compression.

Music4Ever

Music4Ever reviewed v15.08 Beta on Oct 1, 2015

Its very good but not IMO as good as Winrar, but I don't think anything is - Great for free though!

inkowyouknow

inkowyouknow reviewed v15.05 Beta on Jun 25, 2015

The only program to use, forget winzip and there charges this is free and does the same job if not better.

Kaden

Kaden reviewed v15.00 Alpha on Apr 6, 2015

dhry, refer here for Igor Pavlov's own explanation as to what seems like 7-Zip's odd version numbering: http://sourceforge.net/p...n/45797/thread/e127e39c . This is an old explanation but still holds true.

dhry

dhry reviewed v15.00 Alpha on Apr 6, 2015

Why the did version of this program go from 9.38 to 15.00?

Enlightenment

Enlightenment reviewed v9.38 Beta on Apr 4, 2015

7-Zip still doesn't support file recovery redundancy data to protect archive files against file damage, nor does 7-Zip support a larger file checksum than 32-bit CRC32.

WinRAR has options for file recovery and 256-bit BLAKE2 file hash.

7z isn't as robust for long-term storage as the better RAR file format.

Free is NOT always better!!

dhry

dhry reviewed v9.38 Beta on Jan 5, 2015

Way better than WinRAR, and completely free. I use this every single day.

some guy

some guy reviewed v9.28 Alpha on Jul 16, 2013

7-Zip 9.30 alpha was released.
http://sourceforge.net/p...n/45797/thread/9d1f5836

RitoSwan

RitoSwan reviewed v9.28 Alpha on Apr 29, 2013

Dead product.

DudeBoyz

DudeBoyz reviewed v9.28 Alpha on Jun 20, 2012

If you do not already have WinRAR or plan to purchase it, then I feel that this application is the best alternative, period.

It has a wide range of support, is quick, capable, has solid encryption and an open architecture.

If you haven't tried it yet, you should. It may just become your go-to compression application.

This particular release (9.28 Alpha) does not appear to have broken anything. I'll post more if I find otherwise.

Uriel

Uriel reviewed v9.27 Alpha on Jun 4, 2012

The best there is, the best there was, the best there ever will be.

some guy

some guy reviewed v9.26 Alpha on May 31, 2012

Great stuff non bloat and free how can you go wrong? This really should have a big OL Beta news pick sign by it but I guess they didn't pay their dues .....

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