Quickly compress one or several files into an archive, as well as extract items from one, with the help of this simple to use tool.
- Version :1.3.1
- License :Trial
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Archiver4All
Archiver4All is a simple to use application that allows you to open, create and extract files from an archived folder. The program allows you to apply compression to one or several files, as well as save the result to your computer in the desired format. Moreover, you can use it to extract files from an archive.
Quickly add files for compression
Archiver4All is designed to help you manage archived folders, especially those that Windows cannot generally open, .RAR, .7z, .TAR or .WIM. For creating archives, all you need to do is select the desired format and add the files to the list.
The program relies on the drag and drop function for adding the files to the compression list. Therefore, you can easily add one or more items at the same time, from the folders in which they are stored. The files are displayed in the program’s interface and you need to check the ones you wish to add to the archive.
Extract files from archives
Archiver4All can also decompress archives and restore the files to their original status, in the desired location. Simply indicate the path for the compressed folder, the output location and start the process.
The program can also handle password protected files: you may add this type of encryption when creating the archive. Moreover, you may also provide the password, in order to extract files from one of the supported types of archives. The program can be set to stay on top of other windows at all times.
Due to its structure and nature, the program requires security protocols to be suspended during the installation. The software can automatically be stopped during the installation, however, this option is not always effective: for a correct installation turn off Windows Defender or anti-virus software. Moreover, the drag and drop feature fails to work on every occasion, which is rather inconvenient, since it is the only option for adding files to the list.