PeaZip 7.1.1 - Free, Open Source file archiver utility
2020-03-09 03:59 (by giorgio_tani)

PeaZip 7.1.1 is now available for download!

PeaZip 7.1.x line introduces read / write support for Brotli and Zstandard, very fast data compression algorithms developed by Google and Facebook respectively (more about performances in benchmarks page), and more dictionary sizes for LZMA / LZMA2 algorithms.

7.1.1 update improves editing files in archives, file renaming, Windows installer, and applications and antivirus software automatically detected for "Open with" menu, and adds support for Microsoft MSIX and ESD package formats.

193 file extensions are currently supported.


PeaZip is a file manager and archive manager utility (compress and decompress files, edit existing archives, backup data), focused on security and data protection, Free Software replacement for WinRar, WinZip, and similar applications.

Create (compress to) 7Z, Brotli, BZip2, GZip, PAQ, PEA, TAR, WIM, XZ (LZMA2), ZIP, Zstandard files, SFX self-extracting archives, and spanned archives (001 split files)

Open, browse, decompress/extract RAR/RAR5, ACE, APPX, APK, ARJ, CAB, DMG, IPA, ISO, JAR, LHA, MSI, UDF, ZIPX files and more...

Built-in archive conversion: convert or consolidate existing archives, from any read-supported to any write-supported type, e.g .rar to .zip or .7z conversion; repair FreeArc .arc archive format.

The program provides strong encryption with optional two factor authentication (encrypt with password and keyfile), encrypted password manager, random password / keyfile generation, secure data deletion (files, folders, free disk space), hashing and checksum functions.

Released as LGPLv3 software for Microsoft Windows (XP, Vista/7/8/10, 32 and 64 bit; ReactOS and Wine), GNU/Linux, and BSD systems - experimental Linux for ARM (ChromeOS, Android) version is available.


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Translations are available in more than 30 languages, help is welcome to translate the application to new languages and maintain current localizations, so please give a look to translations page