Explzh, a free archive manager for Windows with a host of features you won’t always find elsewhere. The program handles the basics well, supporting a good range of archive formats -- zip, 7z, rar, tar, ace, lzh, arj, cab, iso, img, msi, sfx and more -- and giving full access to them from their Explorer right-click menu.
Explzh doesn’t just provide the usual basic "copy the selected files into a zip" function, though. It can exclude files by type, or date. Move the original files to the Recycle Bin, or delete them directly. Check the archive’s integrity, or open it immediately for further processing.
It’s a similar story with extraction, where you’re able to define where the files are saved, their layout (folder structure can be preserved, or not), and automate what happens afterwards, maybe moving the archive to some known location after it’s been opened.
The real power of Explzh is only obvious when you open the full application, though. As well as a capable set of standard tools -- encrypt/ decrypt, create self-extracting archives -- there are options to repair an archive, to scan it for malware (with VirusTotal if you’ve not specified a local engine), to search multiple archives for files, upload it via FTP, and more.
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