PeaZip 6.1.1 recently released, is a free cross platform, portable file compression utility and file manager. This latest release comes with various minor improvements and bug fixes. PeaZip 6.1.1 changelog Backend (Linux) p7zip updated to 16.02 Pea 0.56 File Manager Settings, archiving, and extraction screens made scrollable for better readability Various minor improvements and fixes File tools CRC64 now is included in set of default algorithms default algorithm for the browser can now be set from context menu File manager File Tools Extraction and Archiving Password button moved on the right of output dialog for better visibility Some options were moved to Advanced options panels for archiving and extraction “Use advanced filters” moved to Advanced options panel (archiving and extraction) “Enumerate folder content” and “Add timestamp to archive name”, plus timestamp format option, moved to Advanced options panel (archiving) Some options, previously volatile, are now saved to configuration “Delete after archiving / extraction” option is now remembered, but user will always be warned by confirmation prompt before proceeding, in order to avoid accidental deletion “Add timestamp to archive name” (archiving) is now remembered How to Install PeaZip 6.
PeaZip 6.0.1 recently released, is a free cross platform, portable file compression utility and file manager. This latest release comes with new themes and a major code cleanup, while IDE was updated to Lazarus 1.6 / FPC 3 in order to provide full Unicode compliance to the application. A total of 188 file extensions can now be managed by PeaZip. PeaZip 6.0.1 changelog Backend Pea 0.54, implementing new PEA file format specifications 1.
PeaZip is a free cross platform, portable file compression utility and file manager. Like Ark and FileRoller, PeaZip is a fronted for Open Source components from 7-Zip and other great projects (FreeARC, PAQ, UPX…), aiming to provide a powerful unified GUI, natively portable, cross-platform and desktop neutral. PeaZip provides the same wide array of file compression and file management features, and same intuitive user interface on Windows (legacy and newer) and on various flavours of Linux and BSD, supporting Gnome, KDE and other desktop managers.