Easy 7-Zip 0.1.2

Easy 7-Zip

Easy 7-Zip is an easy-to-use version of 7-Zip. Easy 7-Zip was built based on 7-Zip 9.20. It includes all features of 7-Zip in addition to a few useful features that makes the software more user-friendly. Easy 7-Zip that contains both x86 (32-bit) and x64 (64-bit) editions. In other word, the package installs x86 (32-bit) edition of Easy 7-Zip on 32-bit Windows and x64 (64-bit) edition on 64-bit Windows automatically. The package also allows user to associate 7-Zip with file extensions including 001, 7z, arj, bz2, bzip2, cab, cpio, deb, dmg, fat, gz, gzip, hfs, iso, lha, lzh, lzma, ntfs, rar, rpm, squashfs, swm, tar, taz, tbz2, tbz, tgz, tpz, txz, vhd, wim, xar, xz, z, and zip.

Features added:

  • Adds icons to context menu
  •  Adds icons to cascaded context menu
  • Adds options to Extract dialog
  • Keeps same output folder history
  • Minimizes to system tray when clicking "Background" on progress dialog
  • Makes a new installation file
  • Fixes bugs

Download: Easy 7-Zip v0.1.2 | 2.5 MB (Open Source)
View: Easy 7-Zip Website

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UXGaurav said,
Nice but 7-Zip 9.32 is the latest so it should be based on that.

Version 9.32 isn't even in beta yet, I don't think basing products on alpha software would be wise.

UXGaurav said,
Nice but 7-Zip 9.32 is the latest so it should be based on that.

Stable products should be preferred unless the beta contains something that is really needed. I prefer stable vs beta/alpha.

UXGaurav said,
Nice but 7-Zip 9.32 is the latest so it should be based on that.

Listen to experienced users and never argue again

soldier1st said,

Stable products should be preferred unless the beta contains something that is really needed. I prefer stable vs beta/alpha.

Very true. I've had bad experiences with beta/alpha software that I've installed on my systems over the years.

9.20 was released 4 years earlier: http://www.7-zip.org/history.txt. If you *actually* used the latest alpha, you would know that it's very stable and bug-free.

veternan said,

Listen to experienced users and never argue again

Go to your room. You are grounded from coming to the web

Edited by UXGaurav, Feb 23 2014, 7:42pm :