WinArchiver

WinArchiver

Create, open, and manage archive and CD/DVD image files
3.8  (5 votes)
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WinArchiver is an archive management utility that allows performing various actions on your archive files. It lets you open them and extract their contents or pack and compress files together and create new archives. This powerful tool also supports disc image files (ISO, IMG, NRG, UIF, DAA, DMG, XDI, etc.) and lets you create virtual drives, so that you can also mount these images and use them as if they were real discs. In fact, the embedded WinArchiver Virtual Drive utility can even mount ZIP, RAR, 7Z and other archives to virtual drives and let you check their contents without prior extraction.

As you can see, WinArchiver is a powerful, comprehensive and feature-rich tool. It also supports a large variety of archive formats aside from the aforementioned disc images. Among these are popular ones like RAR, ZIP, 7Z, ARJ, GZ, GZIP, MZP, TAR, TGZ. Furthermore, it can even burn image files to CD, DVD, and Blu-ray discs, encrypt and password-protect archives or handle multi-volume archives (support for archive splitting).

WinArchiver is also easy to use. Its interface is neat, intuitive and straightforward, so even complete beginners can use this tool without any problems.

To sum it all up, WinArchiver is a great archive management solution that offers a lot of cool benefits and comes with a decent price.

Margie Smeer
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Review summary

Pros

  • Reasonable price.
  • Easy-to-use.
  • Can also create virtual drives and mount disc images to them.
  • Supports a lot of formats.

Cons

  • None.

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SoumYa RanJan

SoumYa RanJan I use this program as an alternative to Alcohol 120%.

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SoumYa RanJan I use this program as an alternate to Alcohol 120%.

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