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 open and extract 7z file?

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  1. Under "Select 7z file to open", click on browse (or your browser equivalent)
  2. Select the file you wish to extract.
  3. Click "Extract". It will list the content of the 7z archive.
  4. Click the green "Save" button on the individual files to save to your local drive.
  5. OPTIONAL: Click blue "Preview" button to open directly in the browser. This option only available for some file types.

Would you like to convert it to ZIP file instead?
Click here for 7Z to ZIP conversion!
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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 utility for opening and extracting 7z files online in your browser. It supports a myriad of other file formats and conversions.

Unlike other online archive extraction utilities, ezyZip DOES NOT have file size restrictions or require you to upload / download files to a server. It runs locally as a browser app, thus making it much quicker than other online file extractors. This also ensures your privacy will be protected as no file data will leave your browser.

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What is a 7z file?

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A file with a .7z extension utilises the 7z compression algorithm to package and compress files. The file format is used primarily to bundle multiple files for easier distribution or backup.
It utilises the open sourced LZMA compression method to pack data without quality degradation (i.e. lossless compression) The compression ratio of 7z is higher than a lot of the other commonly used archiving file formats.