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

What is UnzipLite?

UnzipLite is software from Amnis Technology that is used for compressing and extracting files. It is an open-source software program that is utilized for compressing large files in an archive folder, usually for sending via email or sharing on the Internet. It uses the AES-256 encryption system to secure data transmitted online.

Supported formats for compressed files are 7z and ZIP, which utilizes the encryption system; as well as XZ, TAR, WIM and BZIP2 formats. The software also provides support for these file formats for extraction, on top of the following: RAR, ARJ, CAB, CHM, ISO, FAT, NTFS, RAR, UDF, VHD, XAR, Z and DEB, among many others.

The software comes in other language versions as well, providing a compression and encryption program to more users from around the globe. Apart from English, supported languages are Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, French and Dutch. There are actually over 70 languages that the software supports.

UnzipLite uses the software installer InstallQ for the installation process. Downloading UnzipLite automatically downloads InstallQ. The latest version of the software is UnzipLite 0.2.

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File types supported by UnzipLite

Our users primarily use UnzipLite to open these file types:

About file types supported by UnzipLite

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Last updated: : February 20, 2013