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Linux Apps: PeaZip 8.2.0 released

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PeaZip is an open source, cross-platform archive management software that offers encryption and compression functions and can open and extract over 200 archive types. It can schedule archives, create self-extracting archives and can even be used as a portable program without installation. The software is available under the open source LGPLv3 license and is free for any use – private and professional. In addition, all PeaZip packages are safe to download and contain no advertising or malicious software.

PeaZip 8.2.0 released

PeaZip 8.2.0 focuses on improving the use of the command line and scripts and introduces the (peazip) / res / batch folder, which contains sample scripts and system integration files for both Linux and Windows. The archive manager can now optionally display the compression / encryption method as well as the time stamps for modification, creation and access for each item in the archive and the number of items contained in each folder.

It is now possible to keep the extracted files even if errors occurred during the extraction, and the work with overlapping files has been improved. The intelligent extraction is now available as a standard action when starting the program. This version also improves the user experience on Linux systems by improving the automatic configuration of applications for “open with” actions and by showing more system paths in the file manager.

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A total of 225 file extensions can now be managed by PeaZip; .apkm, .apks and .aab Android package formats and Lzip .lz have been added.


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