To open an archive simply double click (or, you're working in Web style, click once) on an archive listed in My Computer or the Windows Explorer,
drag and drop an archive onto IZArc, or use the standard Open dialog box. The main IZArc window features a list with the names, and sizes of
all files in the open archive.
This list can be scrolled and sorted on any field. A configurable tool bar provides fast access to commonly used actions.
Extensive context sensitive help is always available.
The Windows Drag and Drop interface is fully supported. You can drag and drop files from IZArc to other applications,
or just into Windows Explorer to extract them into a specific directory.
IZArc will extract the files before dropping them on the target application.
The target application will treat the files as if they had been dropped from My Computer or the Windows Explorer.
You can also drop archives on IZArc to open them, or drop files on IZArc to add them to an opened or new archive.
LIB, LZH, MBF, MDF, MIM, NRG, PAK, PDI, PK3, RAR, RPM, TAR, TAZ, TBZ, TGZ, TZ, UUE, WAR, XPI, XXE, YZ1, Z, ZIP, ZOO
> Create an archive
> Add files to an existing archive
> Delete files from an existing archive
> Extract files from an existing archive
> Test an archive file
> Convert archive
> Convert CD Images
> Repair broken archive
> Searching for any files in many archives
> Favorite Folders
> Obtaining a detailed list of files and information like compression rate, path, or size from an archive file
> Supports both long and short 8.3 filenames
> Disk spanning from and to multiple diskettes or other removable media
> Implementing the possibility to sort the list items by name size, date and etc.
> Full Drag & Drop support
> CD/DVD Images support (ISO, BIN, MDF, NRG, IMG, C2D, PDI, CDI)
> Integrating in Windows Explorer context menu
> Automatic installation of most software distributed in archive files
> Add/View comments in an archive
> By double-
> Create a self-
> UU/XX/MIME Encode/Decode
> Create Multi-
> BZip compression for ZIP archives
> Decrypt (.ize) files
> Check archives and files from archives with VirusTotal