PeaZip 3.0

6 MB
Operating System
Windows All
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Cross-platform file and archive manager. PeaZip is an archiver tool that supports its native Pea archive format (featuring compression, split volumes, and flexible encryption and integrity check schemes) and other mainstream formats, with special focus on handling open formats. PeaZip doesn’t need to be installed/unistalled, it can run from any path (even remote; a writeable path is recommended), however Windows version is released both as a standalone binary and as a fully automated installer/uninstaller package, allowing tight system integration to use PeaZip right from Explorer. Features volume spanning, compression, authenticated encryption. Supports 7Z, 7-Zip sfx, ACE, ARJ, BZ2, CAB, CHM, CPIO, DEB, GZ, ISO, JAR, LHA/LZH, NSIS, OOo, PAQ/LPAQ, PEA, QUAD, RAR, RPM, split, TAR, Z, ZIP.

What's New

· Item's height autosizes to fit system's DPI and fonts' size

New keyboard shortcuts:
· Ctrl+N create new folder
· Ctrl+R rename file
· Ctrl+U up to computer's or archive's root level

· Navigation menu
· History menu is now replicated in navigation menus
· Navigation menu in browser's context menu was grouped in a single entry
· Navigation menus now contains only navigation related entries: "Add to bookmarks" is now featured in "Misc" group in all context menus of the application

· Search
· recursivity option is remembered for the current session
· search dialog can optionally be directly raised with recursivity is unflagged (Ctrl+F3) or flagged (Shift+F3)
· Bookmarks panel: added "Explore path with PeaZip", "Explore path" and "Open command prompt here" entries in bookmarks' panel menu

· Archiving and extraction interfaces now shows "Use advanced filters" switch
· It is possible to execute archiving/extraction jobs with no items in layout, if advanced filters are in use

· History menu replicated in archiving/extraction navigation menus allows to quickly select paths visited in current session from archive/extract interfaces
· It is now possible to set custom default output path for archiving operations (like for extraction operations), and it is now possible to go from file browser to empty extraction interface (i.e. to add archives to be extracted by drag and drop) clicking on Extract button with no archive selected, likewise to what is possible for going to empty archiving interface


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