Explzh is a free Windows archive manager for creating, extracting and managing archives. The program supports many different types of archives, including zip, 7z, rar, tar, ace, lzh, arj, cab, iso, img, msi, sfx and more. Apart from archive creation and extraction, you will also be able to verify compressed data for errors, initiate repair routines, split data into multiple items, and more. It additionally allows you to password protect your data and attach digital signatures to files.
Key features of Explzh:
- Explorer-like GUI and operability.
- LHA, ZIP (ZIPX), JAR, CAB, RAR, TAR, TAR.XXX, 7z, ARJ, WIM, CHM, PE, HFS, NSIS Format Installer, ISO, InstallShield, MSI, and several other formats...
- Support for more archive formats by introducing the integrated archiver DLL.
- Self-extracting archive creation function that can create high-performance automatic installers.
- Digital signature addition function to created self-extracting archive.
- Office 2007 or later document compression / image optimization re-archiving function.
- Supports compression and decompression of Unicode file names.
- Supports compression and expansion exceeding 4GB.
- AES encryption function. You can create a robust secure ZIP encryption archive.
- Thumbnail function of image file.
- In-library file search function. .
- Equipped with archive file conversion function.
- File split function. The split file has a self-consolidation function, and can concatenate files larger than 4GB. (No need for batch file or connection software)
- UU (XX) Encode, Base64 decode function.
- FTP upload function
Explzh 8.15 changelog:
- Fixed a bug that header encryption was specified with priority from "default setting" when creating RAR encryption archive.
- Fixed some other bugs.
Changes in v8.16:
- Improve the accuracy by improving the UTF-8 character code judgment routine. (There was a misjudgment pattern depending on the combination of Japanese characters): It corresponded to the point that the UTF-8 character code was sometimes misjudged in some combinations of 2-byte Japanese characters and ASCII characters. This problem existed during compression and was rarely seen. In the environment where the master password is not specified, there were some problems in operating the encrypted archive. (We strongly recommend that you specify the master password and use it.)
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