Sunday, July 06, 2008

UnAce for Mac, Linux and Windows




 WINDOWS 95 – WINDOWS 7
LINUX


You can use PeaZip on all Windows version and on Linux (PeaZip is a desktop neutral application) with the same features and look and feel; moreover, for both platforms, PeaZip is also available as standalone, portable application not needing installation.

PeaZip is freeware, free of charge for any personal and corporate use, and is also free as in freedom since it's Open Source (LGPLv3). PeaZip contains exclusively Open Source components released under OSI approved licenses.

PeaZip is an open source file and archive manager: cross platform, available as portable and installable software for 32 and 64 bit Windows (9x, 2k, XP, Vista, 7) and Linux (PeaZip is a desktop neutral application).

Full support
7z, FreeArc's arc/wrc, sfx (7z and arc), bz2, gz, paq/lpaq, pea, quad/balz, split, tar, upx, zip

Read (browse, extract, test) 118 file extensions
7z, bz, bz2, bzip2, tbz2, tbz, gz, gzip, tgz, tpz, tar, zip, z01, smzip, arj, cab, chm, chi, chq, chw, hxs, hxi, hxr, hxq, hxw, lit, cpio, deb, lzh, lha, rar, r01, 00, rpm, z, taz, tz, iso, jar, ear, war, lha, pet, pup, pak, pk3, pk4, slp, [Content], xpi, wim, u3p, lzma86, lzma, udf, xar, dmg, hfs, part1, split, swm, tpz, kmz, xz, txz, vhd, mslz, apm, mbr, fat, ntfs, exe, dll, sys, msi, msp, ods, ots, odm, oth, oxt, odb, odf, odg, otg, odp, otp, odt, ott, gnm, doc, dot, xls, xlt, ppt, pps, pot, docx, dotx, xlsx, xltx, swf, flv, quad, balz, zpaq, paq8f, paq8jd, paq8l, paq8o, lpaq1, lpaq5, lpaq8, ace, arc, wrc, 001, pea, cbz, cbr, cba, cb7, cbt..





If you ever wanted to extract ACE archives running Mac OS X, then we have good news for you.

sourceforge.net released UnaceX Ace Files Extractor For Mac OS X.
UnaceX extracts ACE files. It is a grafical interface wrapping the commandline tool MacUnace.
Get UnaceX at http://unacex.sourceforge.net/

WinAce has released a first version of MacUnace 2.5 as a self-installing DMG file.
Download MacUnace2.5 (136kB) at http://www.winacebeta.com/files/unace2.5.dmg

UnaceX would be the best choice, so I've heard.

And for those people who uses Linux, there's also Unace for Linux 2.5

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