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If you are looking for LhaForge, you have come to the right place. We explain what LhaForge is and point you to the official download.

What is LhaForge?

LhaForge is software from Claybird that is utilized for file archiving and decompression. The program’s default language is Japanese, and is mostly utilized by Japanese clients. This type of file archiver allows the user to compress files into one archived folder, allowing for easier storage, file management and sharing.

The software automatically installs a set of DLL files to enable compression of a variety of formats, as well as decompression of archive file extensions. The software program supports popular archive file formats such as WinRAR, ZIP file, TarFile, MagicISO and JAR.

To use the program for compression of files, you can access the features through the program’s interface, or you can right-click on the files you want to compress to automatically launch the program. To add files to the archive folder, you can copy-paste the files into the folder or drag and drop them onto the interface.

The software is most compatible with Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP. This is software that is available for free to the public, as determined by the BSD license for free software.

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Download LhaForge (external link)


File types supported by LhaForge

Our users primarily use LhaForge to open these file types:

About file types supported by LhaForge

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Last updated: : December 8, 2022