PeaZip 9.1 file archiver is available for download with a refined scripting engine and an overhaul of the application's look.
This article shows you the best practices for creating tar.gz archives from the command line in Linux using the tar command.
The cross-platform archiver tool PeaZip now has a more user-friendly interface, improved file management, and updated themes.
PeaZip 8.2 archive manager for Linux and Windows now supports a massive 225 archive formats. Let's see what's new in this version.
This article will learn how to extract/untar tar.gz files in Linux systems through the command line using the tar command.
PeaZip 8.0 adds support for more archive types, and improves how container file types are managed for browsing and conversion.