Alternatives to HaoZip for all platforms with any license

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  • PeaZip icon

    PeaZip

    PeaZip is a free and open-source file manager and file archiver for Windows, Linux and BSD made by Giorgio Tani. It supports its native PEA archive format (featuring...

    Free Open Source Windows Linux BSD PortableApps.com

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    The Unarchiver

    The Unarchiver is a much more capable replacement for "BOMArchiveHelper.app", the built-in archive unpacker program in Mac OS X. The Unarchiver is designed to...

    Free Open Source Mac

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    File Roller

    File Roller is the archive manager of the GNOME desktop environment. It can extract, view, create and modify archives. File Roller is only a graphical interface to...

    Free Open Source Linux GNOME

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    WinZip

    WinZip is a proprietary file archiver and compressor. It allows you to easily zip (compress) and unzip (decompress) files, encrypt zipped files, and email zipped files....

    Commercial Mac Windows Android iPhone Android Tablet iPad

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    FreeArc

    FreeArc is a free and open source file archiver developed by Bulat Ziganshin. It uses LZMA, PPMD, TrueAudio and GRzip algorithms with automatic switching by file type...

    Free Open Source Windows Linux

    • Discontinued Latest alpha version from August 2012 - http://freearc.org/history/changelog_full.htm
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    B1 Free Archiver

    B1 Free Archiver is a free multi-platform universal archiver. Currently it works on Windows, Mac, Linux and Android; moreover B1 Online Archiver allows you to uncompress...

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux Web Android Android Tablet

    • Bundleware Be careful during the installation: https://alternativeto.net/discussions/applications/11718/be-careful-in-the-installation/
  • 7z SFX-Creator icon

    7z SFX-Creator

    A simple and easy to use GUI based on 7zip for creating self-extracting archives and self-extracting installers.

    Free Open Source Windows

    • Discontinued The project seems to be no longer maintained. Last version, 1.3, released in October 2012, can be still downloaded from Google Project Hosting.
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    Free Opener

    Free Opener allows users to view, edit and print many different types of files without having to download specialty software. Currently, the software supports over 80...

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    PowerArchiver

    PowerArchiver is a proprietary file archiver for Microsoft Windows. It supports full read-write access to several different archive formats, including ZIP, 7z and Tar....

    Commercial Windows

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    p7zip

    p7zip is a port of the command line version of the 7-Zip file archiver to POSIX-conforming operating systems like Unix (Linux, Solaris, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, Cygwin, AIX...

    Free Open Source Mac Linux BSD Haiku

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    Universal Viewer

    Universal Viewer is an advanced file viewer for wide range of formats. Supported file formats are: Images: all major graphics formats: JPG BMP ICO GIF PNG WMF...

    Freemium Windows

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HaoZip Comments

State of things

Comment by Killy
about HaoZip · Aug 2016 · Helpful Not helpful

Version 3.0 was the last version with official English translation. And it was really nice WinRAR clone, with good UI and all required features.
But recently I found that it no longer supports certain RAR archives - age starts to show itself, things keep changing after 2012 (year of 3.0 release).

After version 3.0, developer stopped providing English version. It's still possible to find fan-translated and patched versions, but only if you trust em and like updated UI.

[Edited by Killy, August 26]

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Comment by realnabarl
about HaoZip · Jan 2013 · Helpful Not helpful

I got a system speed slowed down problem. Every time I re-installed my system and used it for a while it got slowed down. Those times I associated file types with HaoZip. But this time I haven't done that, and now my system runs fast. I can't confirm it is HaoZip's problem but just telling everybody to take a notice. That HaoZip version is not new, so I don't know about newer versions HaoZip too.

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Excellent

Comment by Hexaae
about HaoZip · Dec 2012 · Helpful Not helpful

Excellent.
Much better then PeaZip, 7-Zip archiver, WinRar etc.
Full options.

I just tried both. PeaZip must have improved a lot since this comment (made in 2012) as it is now much nicer to use than HaoZip.

Try BandiZip first. The best of all (and is not a UI wrapper for command line tools like PeaZip)

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