ezyZip the simple archive tool
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 Video Instructions

Our spokesmonkey Ezriah Zippernowsky has made a series of videos showing how to use ezyZip. It's eeeeeasy!
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How to convert tar.xz to zip file?

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  1. Under "Select tar.xz file to convert", click on browse (or your browser equivalent)
  2. Select the file you wish to convert.
  3. (Optional) Set the desired compression level by clicking the down arrow next to "Convert to ZIP".
  4. Click "Convert to ZIP". It will initiate the conversion and automatically save zip file to your drive on completion.
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What operating system and browser does ezyZip support?

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ezyZip supports any OS that can run a modern browser. We have tested it to work with Windows, MacOS, Linux (e.g. Ubuntu, Mint, Debian), Android, ChromeOS (Chromebook), iOS (iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch).

Ensure you are using the latest version of one of the popular browsers or their variants. (e.g. Chrome, Firefox, Safari).

Please let us know via the feedback form if you have any issues.
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What is ezyZip?

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ezyZip is a free online tar.xz to zip converter that runs in your browser. No need to install any additional software. It supports a myriad of other file conversion options too.

Unlike other online archive conversion utilities, ezyZip DOES NOT enforce file size restrictions or require uploading files to a server. It runs locally as a browser app, thus making it much quicker than other online conversion tools. This means youll be able to convert large compressed files! This also ensures your privacy will be protected as no file data will leave your browser.

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What is a tar.xz file?

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A tar.xz file is basically two files wrapped into one. The first one is a tar file (sometimes referred to as a tarball), a collection of files & folders wrapped into a single package. The tar file then gets compressed into a xz file, utilising the LZMA2 compression algorithm.

The file format is commonly used for backing up and distributing files and software packages in unix/linux environments. Its a newer version of the of tar.gz format.

A .txz file is the same but with a different file extension.