HaoZip 2.5.8008

HaoZip is a powerful free archive manager. The number of formats supported by HaoZip is impressive. It can compress and extract archives in 7z, ZIP and TAR formats and can extract RAR, ISO, UDF, ISZ, ACE, UUE, CAB, Bzip2, ARJ, JAR, LZH, RPM, Z, LZMA, NSIS, CHM, DMG, HFS, WIM, DEB, MSI, CPIO, XAR and other compression formats. HaoZip is a full-featured archiving tool supporting drag and drop operations, Windows context menu integration, corrupted archive repair and creating self extracting archives. HaoZip also provides some handy tools, such as a built-in image viewer which enables you to preview the image files in the compressed files without extracting them and an internal MD5 calculator.

HaoZip offers an easy-to-use interface similar to the popular shareware Winrar. It also supports skins, so you can customize how it looks.

Easy to use and with a nice interface, HaoZip is the Best Free Alternative to Winzip and Winrar.

Download: HaoZip 2.5.8008 | 7.6 MB (Freeware)
View: HaoZip Website | Release Notes

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Saex_Conroy said,
KuaiZip is better - has .ISO mount implemented ... dont need to install that damn daemon tools when i have KuaiZip

But does it supports other cd image formats like bin or nero?

FuhrerDarqueSyde said,
...and that's why China is awesome. The end.

Sarcasm aside, this is clearly a blatant rip-off of WinRAR.


It is a rip-off, but it's free, supports a ton of formats, and has a modern look unlike 7-zip.

Aethec said,

It is a rip-off, but it's free, supports a ton of formats, and has a modern look unlike 7-zip.
But don't forget winrar is NOT free. So basically they stole off all the hard work and released it for free

Rudy said,
But don't forget winrar is NOT free. So basically they stole off all the hard work and released it for free

I don't think they stole it. It's probably a copy, based on an open-source ZIP lib (7-zip comes to mind).