Zipeg

Version: 2.9.3.1278 || Release Date: 2011-12-20 || License: Freeware Developer: Leo Kuznetsov | App Owner: autumnmist

Zipeg is a free Macintosh file utility for Mac OS X, that allows you to open and explore the contents of zip, rar and other types of archives quickly and easily. You can also preview files and images, then unzip or drag and drop the files you really want.

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15 Opinions

Clunky, ugly, free, and works. It DOES work on multi part .rar files.

Using Snow Leopard.

Works great, even with multipart 7z or zip files (haven't tried multipart rars) but single rar file OK.

Perfect replacement for windows 7z or winrar for a newbie like me

crashes when i use java 6. wonder where the log files are located

Didn't work on multipart RAR.

Opened the .rar archive I had just great. Nice job.

Unless you're looking for a 100% free tool BetterZip is better.
If not, Zipeg might be a decent alternative.

O.K., very usefull to view before extract. But if I extract some tgz's, the result isn't working as a program against Apple's BOM (perhaps wrong attributes or so ?). For exsample iStumbler.
Because of this I can't use it as a default for all my downloaded programs.

More detailes? - [email protected]

Joerg.

I use this for uncompressing 7zip files and it does the job well. Tried to use it to uncompress zip files that I was able to successfully uncompress using other utilities and had a few problems. I'm not sure if these issues have been fixed in more recent versions - I'll give it another go and report back.

>When I open zipeg, it tells me it "cannot run…from Desktop", and that I should move it to >/Applications. Not very Mac-like, and what do I do if I'm not admin and don't have access to >/Applications?
You can move it to any folder. Problem with running from Desktop is that a lot of users run it from Desktop than Trash it (while program still running) than empty trash and crash....

When I open zipeg, it tells me it "cannot run…from Desktop", and that I should move it to /Applications. Not very Mac-like, and what do I do if I'm not admin and don't have access to /Applications?

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