7-Zip – Best file archiver with super high compression ratio

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7-Zip, believe that a lot of people heard of it, but few of us really used, just because we are accustomed to the most common WinRAR and the once – great WinZIP. Anyway, 7-Zip is the one which currently has a extremely high compression ratio archiver (developed by Igor Pavlov from Russia), this also is the most important technical characteristics measure for such applications. In addition, 7-Zip releases based under GNU LGPL , so it is open source and free.

For the ordinary computer users, we don’t need to know what the 7-Zip compression algorithm is, it is enough to know the above two advantages. So, I strongly recommend 7-Zip as one of the must-have tools in our computer, after a period of usage, we’ll forget the paid WinRAR and outdated WinZIP.

// Key Features //

  • The 256-bit AES cipher. Encryption can be enabled for both files and the 7z hierarchy. When the hierarchy is encrypted, users are required to supply a password to see the filenames contained within the archive. WinZip-developed Zip file AES encryption standard is also available in 7-Zip to encrypt ZIP archives with AES 256-bit, but it does not offer filename encryption as in 7z archives
  • Volumes of dynamically variable sizes, allowing use for backups on removable media such as writable CDs and DVDs
  • Usability as a basic orthodox file manager when used in dual panel mode
  • Multiple-core CPU threading
  • Opening EXE files as archives, allowing the decompression of data from inside many “Setup” or “Installer” or “Extract” type programs without having to launch them
  • Unpacking archives with corrupted filenames, renaming the files as required
  • Create self-extracting single-volume archives
  • Command-line interface
  • Graphical user interface. The Windows version comes with its own GUI; however, p7zip uses the GUI of the Unix/Linux Archive Manager
  • Calculating checksums CRC-32, CRC-64, SHA-1 or SHA-256 for files on disk, available either via command line or Explorer’s context menu

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