No doubt that if you’re looking for a swiss army knife solution to any of your archived (or yet to be archived) files, PeaZip is probably one of your best options out there.
It is open source and works on all the major platforms, including: Windows, Mac, Linux and BSD.
Now with version 5.5.0, it’s even more functional than ever before, adding some more polish to its features list.
PeaZip 5.5.0 Feature Highlights
- Batch file rename
- New file manager
- Advanced selection filters
- Improved graphic files conversion and editing
- Various fixes and improvement
In case PeaZip sounds like an app to your likings, here’s how you can get it installed on your machine:
Download & Install PeaZip
PeaZip can be obtained as either a self installing file, source code or a portable version where you can move the location of its folder to anywhere on your machine and the app should still run as it is.
In addition, Linux / BSD users also get to choose between a Qt based or a GTK based variant of the tool, so plenty of choices here that’s for sure.
In order to obtain PeaZip simply head over to the official website (link below) and download your desired installation file, according to your platform listed on top.