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Portable UPX, ZIP and 7z multi -compressing and decompressing utility

ArcThemAll is an open source, portable software to multi-compress files and folders in UPX, ZIP and 7z formats. Drag and drop files and folders to compress or zip archives to decompress. This program includes an intelligent UPX compression mode, support to self-extracting archive creation (7Zip), encryption and decryption of archives using AES-256 bit algorithm and much more.

The program is very simple to use and found to be reasonably fast in compressing or decompressing items. You only need to drag and drop into the program interface what you want to compress or decompress.

ArchThemAll features: Multi-compression in UPX, ZIP and 7z formats, multi-extration of UPX, 7z, ZIP, CAB, ARJ, GZIP, BZIP2, TAR, CPIO, RPM and DEB formats, loading of files and folders with drag & drop, intelligent UPX compression modality, creation of self-extracting archives (only 7z), AES-256 encryption/decryption of archives, advanced UPX compression settings, completely portable and more.

ArchThemAll is available for Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7.


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