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If you are looking for Win7z, you have come to the right place. We explain what Win7z is and point you to the official download.

What is Win7z?

Win7z is software used to compress and decompress files and is also capable of archiving folders. This particular software is regarded as the enhanced versions of WinRAR and WinZip and is equipped with higher compression ratio as compared to the two former versions. Using this software allows you to save more on space as well as to secure your folders.

The Win7z software can also self-extract files individually or by batch and files are automatically saved in different formats. Decompression of files only takes seconds and can also be aborted, paused or resumed as warranted. Another feature of this software is that it has automatic back-up functionality. You need not worry about losing a file or accidentally deleting one as the program allows you to have a duplicate copy. If you are using multiple folders, the program can also assist you in looking for a particular file as it is also equipped with search functionality.

Installing this program is likewise simple. You can follow the prompt provided by a wizard and your installation can be initiated. Win7z supports formats such as SquashFS, CPIO, DMG, CHM ,LZMA RAR, and XAR.

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File types supported by Win7z

Our users primarily use Win7z to open these file types:

About file types supported by Win7z

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Last updated: : July 7, 2013