Ez7z free download for Mac

Ez7z2.14

20 June 2013

Easy-to-use 7zip archiver.

Overview

Ez7z is an easy-to-use archiver that allows users to perform a number of tasks:

  • Expand 7z, bzip2, gz, rar, tar, and zip files.
  • Shrink files into 7z, bzip2, gz, tar, and zip formats.
  • View the contents of an archive without opening it.
  • Delete files from an archive without opening it.
  • Create, verify, and repair par2 files.
  • Process multiple files with ease.

Note: Ez7z is no longer actively developed.

What's new in Ez7z

Version 2.14:

Note (from the developer): Sorry for the abandonment. It's not you, it's me. I couldn't afford to keep my website up so everything (all serial numbers) are gone. I apologize to the people who have paid in the past but I have decided to strip the program of its paid restrictions.

  • Now donationware

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69 Reviews of Ez7z

Derekcurrie
28 March 2019
Version: 2.14

Most helpful

ABANDONWARE. But it still works, as of today anyway. I still find it does some useful unique odds and ends, such as opening .ZAD archives. ALTERNATIVES: - Use Keka! It's a great free compression app that's constantly being updated. - The Unarchiver (the *real* version) is very good, but I find I rarely use it. - Don't bother with 7zX. It's abandonware as well as adware. Let it die. - BetterZip has a friendly trial period. But it costs $25. If you find yourself stuck with an odd archive format for which you can't find a compatible expansion app, you may find there are CLI (Terminal) apps to do just what you need. Many of the are already built into macOS. Others may be part of open source projects. Some may make you pay for a license, such as the RAR compression license.
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Derekcurrie
28 March 2019
Version: 2.14
ABANDONWARE. But it still works, as of today anyway. I still find it does some useful unique odds and ends, such as opening .ZAD archives. ALTERNATIVES: - Use Keka! It's a great free compression app that's constantly being updated. - The Unarchiver (the *real* version) is very good, but I find I rarely use it. - Don't bother with 7zX. It's abandonware as well as adware. Let it die. - BetterZip has a friendly trial period. But it costs $25. If you find yourself stuck with an odd archive format for which you can't find a compatible expansion app, you may find there are CLI (Terminal) apps to do just what you need. Many of the are already built into macOS. Others may be part of open source projects. Some may make you pay for a license, such as the RAR compression license.
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0.5
sebastian-goschin
14 January 2015
Version: 2.14
Bad UI, could not find a why to update files within a archive
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0.5
jwatwood
13 January 2015
Version: 2.14
Be careful. Password protecting something compressed with this app doesn't mean you can use the password and uncompress it with another 7zip program. You are basically trapped into using this. =(
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0.5
Dawda
24 April 2013
Version: 2.13
This application is obviously abandoned.
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Rockin'-Kat
29 March 2013
Version: 2.13
The developer's page is offline... currently replaced by a domain squatter who has taken the domain for it and is trying to sell it for $70. His other domain which the download link goes to is not responding. It's been over 160 days since the developer's account has shown activity on MacUpdate. It may be time to find something else. :-( What a bummer
(1)
0.5
seallee
08 February 2013
Version: 2.13
my ez7z.app became a 4XXGB file and keep growing>.< it fill up my HD make me can not do anything...
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4.5
z9138h
09 October 2012
Version: 2.13
How can I encrypt a file in 7zip format with AES-256bit encryption?
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5
mlnoone
28 February 2012
Version: 2.12
Needed to open a password protected zip file, done with Ez7z without any problem!
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msaavedraesp
04 February 2011
Version: 1.922
i am getting the following error: cat: /Volumes/Ez7z 1.922/Ez7z.app/Contents/Resources/tempLog.txt: No such file or directory (1) what can I do?
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Robk
14 December 2010
Version: 1.91
No more BZIP2 Support? I hope it comes back... If not, I will definitely be looking elsewhere. (And I am sure others will too!)
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J-Smith
17 October 2010
Version: 1.861
There is nothing "Ez" about this! It is the most complicated programme I have ever downloaded for the mac and has been deposited in the bin where it belongs.
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Roman-Valenta
31 August 2010
Version: 1.861
The is absolutely great thing to have, but please make it look nicer:-D
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Adam-Kama
30 August 2010
Version: 1.861
This is the next best thing after 7zip. Very useful application.
(1)
Hotspur
26 July 2010
Version: 1.822
What can I do to expand a .7z file using my Mac OS 10.4.9?
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Juan-Manuel-J-m-Ruiz-Lopez
10 July 2010
Version: 1.82
What i try to understand is howto create par2 files to a multiarchive when i drop all 39 files into the drop window it tries to make a par2 set for every file instead for the whole archive Not very handy i guess but maybe i'm doing something wrong.
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Leif-Heflin
08 July 2010
Version: 1.812
If you are trying to view an archive and it looks empty but you know there is something in there, toggle the "use unRAR for split archives" box. This will probably be the next thing I fix...
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Leif-Heflin
27 June 2010
Version: 1.653
I just got some massive sunburn on a camping trip so I can't really do anything productive. I can't even sleep pain-free. But I guess it'll heal soon. When it does I can refill my ADD prescription and pump out the next release!
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Asterani
14 June 2010
Version: 1.653
I am trying to expand, but then it asks for a password, and I don't know what the password is. Please help
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Juan-Manuel-J-m-Ruiz-Lopez
06 June 2010
Version: 1.653
Thank you for this app, i like it but i'm missing something real important 7zip not only gives you the option to encrypt archives but also encrypt the filenames in it that feature is what i'm looking for and still not found in a 7zip app for the mac. I think this is an easy implementation it would make this program for me even better. Thanks in advance.
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Juan-Manuel-J-m-Ruiz-Lopez
06 June 2010
Version: 1.653
Thank you for this app, i like it but i'm missing something real important 7zip not only gives you the option to encrypt archives but also encrypt the filenames in it that feature is what i'm looking for and still not found in a 7zip app for the mac. I think this is an easy implementation it would make this program for me even better. Thanks in advance.
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Ozgur
03 May 2010
Version: 1.642
Tried to upload a localization using Firefox 3.6.3 but didn't work. Finally uploaded with Safari 4.0.5. Both using 10.5.8 PPC
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Laulo
28 April 2010
Version: 1.642
hello can you tell when the last version is going to be ok? For now, there is still the little pop up window which says " The web server that Ez7z relies on to determine users is down." Sorry if i'm hurrring you but ez7 has been very useful to me... best regards
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Leif-Heflin
18 April 2010
Version: 1.64
My web site is crashing many times throughout the day lately so I have decided to switch hosting providers. It will take at least 7 days apparently, to transfer to the new host. In the mean time use version 1.641. Until it has been added to MacUpdate I will host it on a site which will expire in 2 days, since I cannot upload it to my own. Here is the link to it: http://senduit.com/19af08
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Myanmar
01 March 2010
Version: 1.59
First of all thanks for what i consider a truly useful application for mac. I noticed that since newer versions i'm no more able to see the log with the results of the operationand therefore i can't understand if all files extracted are ok or something inside the folder is corrupted. Am i missing something ?
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26cab40
26 January 2010
Version: 1.49
Installed 7za and Ez7z. Rebooted. Started app, dropped 56mb folder, set to 7z maximum compression. Got dialogue box about progress bar. Then nothing, no progress bar. App does not hang but remains stuck and unable to progress to next step. 7za command line works fine, similar apps like GUI Tar are also fine.
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Iamexile
21 January 2010
Version: 1.45
When I tried to expand files (part of split files), I got the following message: AppleScript Error Can't make word 2 of "" into type string. (-1700) Could anyone tell me how to solve the problem? Thanks!
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Leif-Heflin
24 December 2009
Version: 1.42
You must have all the parts of the archive to be able to do anything useful with it. Once you have all 5, just open the 1st (the 001 file) with Ez7z.
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Applejunkie
24 December 2009
Version: 1.42
How does this app work? I've downloaded 2 of 5 volumes of a movie from MovieBerry. The MovieBerry site indicates that the content is compressed by 7x archiver. So I downloaded Ez7z in hopes of decompressing the 5 files. When I try to Expand the first file, named "movie_name.part.dvd.7z.001", I receive the following: 7-Zip (A) 9.04 beta Copyright (c) 1999-2009 Igor Pavlov 2009-05-30 p7zip Version 9.04 (locale=utf8,Utf16=on,HugeFiles=on,2 CPUs) Processing archive: /Users/Username/Downloads/movie_name.part.dvd.7z.001 Error: E_FAIL Also, if/when I finally get past the E_FAIL message, any suggestions about how I put the 5 files together to make a singe movie? Any and all help will be greatly appreciated!
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Myanmar
19 November 2009
Version: 1.00
I keep downloading version 0.9.4 either here or on your site .
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Ryan666
24 October 2009
Version: 0.94
I keep getting the same "Can't make into type alias" message. I'm using an iMac with osx 10.5.7 I tried changing the default output directory, and it still doesn't work. Help!
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Leif-Heflin
28 September 2009
Version: 0.934
I made a typo in the description - only extracting rar archives is supported, not creating them.
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Leif-Heflin
23 September 2009
Version: 0.93
after testing 0.93, I am not as sure about being able to open the file types listed above.
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Myanmar
18 September 2009
Version: 0.924
I get this message "Can't make "/Users/leifh/Desktop/" into type alias. (-1700)" when trying to expand any file :(
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Stefan-Easelnet
03 September 2009
Version: 0.881
Works great here :)
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Terrance332
16 August 2009
Version: 0.831
Work well for me, great app.
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GeogProf
16 August 2009
Version: 0.821
This version seems like a nice app, but instead of having a text field where we can drag and drop a file AND can enter the file path (a.k.a. location) of a file to compress -- which is a time consuming way to do it, it would be better to have a text field where we can drag and drop a file and a BUTTON that would bring up an open dialog to find the file to compress, OR ALL 3. Otherwise, I like it and look forward to using it.
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Kana01
15 August 2009
Version: 0.7
works fine et usefull, thanks :)
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Cstu
09 August 2009
Version: 0.65
couldn't figure out p7zip, but this works nicely. Thanks.
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Leif-Heflin
19 July 2009
Version: 0.65
Sorry everyone, I've been lazy. Haven't been working on my programming for a while now. I'll get it together soon and release an update addressing all of your suggestions.
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Pietro-Cristofoli
08 July 2009
Version: 0.65
It works pretty well .... it also recognizes certain auto-expanding executables that Stuffit isn't able to manage ... well done.
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mswfujowdffyc
25 November 2008
Version: 0.65
The update function doesn't appear to work in .65 and the dialog displayed when you can't connect says "you're internet is down" when it should be "your internet is down." I suppose I could have sent this via e-mail to check if my internet was down, though. ;) Beyond that, I'm pretty happy with the application. I agree with the previous comment of writing the last used compression to the plist, and making it default to the same folder that the files/folder the user is trying to 7zip is in. Another suggestion would be to make the file name blank by default or make it the folder being 7zipped. Anyway, thanks for the great app!
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Beamy
15 August 2008
Version: 0.62
EZ 7z is a great 7zip tool. It would be nice if it would automatically save the 7zip archive (next to the file which you want to compress or to a standard location which the user can choose eg Desktop). It would also be nice if it would remember the compression level which you used. :-)
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Leif-Heflin
14 August 2008
Version: 0.62
that  is supposed to be an apple sign btw
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5
Applecrypt-Mods
03 February 2008
Version: 0.6
this is a great little util, recommended to all :-) Thank you
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Sweetbeez
17 November 2007
Version: 0.581
im trying to use EZ to download some games for my nds. i dont think im using it correctly. i drag the file into the EZ folder i chose compress and i press go and in the terminal box it keeps giving me error..heeeelllp!
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Khiebert
22 January 2007
Version: 0.581
Thank you for this quick and easy program! I proved to myself that the 7za program bundled inside the app is able to create encrypted archives (e.g. EZ 7z.app/Contents/Resources/7za a -pPASSWORD path/archive.7z path/file_to_encrypt) -- will that feature be added to a future release? Thanks again!
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Leif-Heflin
12 November 2006
Version: 0.581
Make sure the you selected the correct item in the pulldown menu.
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hekutoru-1
02 November 2006
Version: 0.581
Every time I open a terminal window 7za tests the integrity of a compressed file. Any hints? Thanks.
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Leif-Heflin
02 April 2006
Version: 0.5
I forgot to mention, in version 0.5, you can now change the level of compression but I took out the password function because it wasn't working. I might bring it back later if I can figure out what went wrong.
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3.75
Jedik
02 April 2006
Version: 0.5
It seems that the program has problems with non-US systems. Didn't work here. Also, where is the password feature that appears in the screen shot?
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2.5
Clarus84
19 January 2006
Version: 0.45
works in the end, just gives no notification that it reads the file.
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Bucky
03 January 2006
Version: 0.45
Worked perfectly for me. I only used it to uncompress some .7z files but it worked very well.
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4.5
Anonymous
27 November 2005
Version: 0.45
it worked just fine for me, It gave compression better than any format stuffit uses.
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Anonymous
10 October 2005
Version: 0.44
Download link doesn't work. Anyone have a secondary url to download from?
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Anonymous
02 October 2005
Version: 0.41
It decompressed everything into one directory. It did not create subdirectories. (the x option preserves directory structures the e option does not on the CL) Other than that it was nice. I agree with the other poster though. It woudl be nice to edit the default options.
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Anonymous
19 September 2005
Version: 0.41
the best one and, finally, it's slowly but getting closer to PC version
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Anonymous
18 September 2005
Version: 0.41
Works fine most of the time. One major setback is that if you try to compress an app it decompiles everything so that the app is useless when you decompress from 7z. Otherwise it works OK I guess.
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Anonymous
10 September 2005
Version: 0.3
It would be nice if there are some compression settings to fiddle around with so I can see if I could get my files as small as possible ... In case you're wondering, I'm one of those weird people that don't trust the Default settings. Thanks!
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Anonymous
30 August 2005
Version: 0.3
Those problems are because of 7za not EZ 7z.
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Anonymous
29 August 2005
Version: 0.3
tells me my 7z file isn't an archive when i try to open it, opens fine on windows 7zip
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Robert Moore
27 August 2005
Version: 0.3
I tried decompressing a 3.5 GB file to my second partition. Because there wasn't enough space on my startup disk (?), the process was aborted. The only way I found to workaround the problem was to move a thousand or so files across to my second partition as they appeared on my startup disk thereby freeing up space for the next batch. Very irritating.
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Anonymous
25 August 2005
Version: 0.3
The poll should have bzip2 and gzip too, and probably diskimages (although they have different types of compression) as well.
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4.75
Anonymous
24 August 2005
Version: 0.3
This is what I have been waiting for! Thanks.
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Anonymous
24 August 2005
Version: 0.3
Regarding the poll on the right, should tar format really be there, since it doesn't compress anything? (It mostly just wraps the files together. That's why the extra step of using GZip compression is often used.)
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Anonymous
23 August 2005
Version: 0.2
Just to show how great this compression is, I compressed a 706 MB .cdi file into a 70 MB .7z file!
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Anonymous
23 August 2005
Version: 0.2
I've been waiting 7zip format for Macs for a long time using on PCs for years one of the best compression ratio just a few times lost to WinRAR definitely will use it
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Anonymous
22 August 2005
Version: 0.2
I tried to compress a 162MB DMG and terminal ran 7zip and the output archive was 4KB's. So based on that I'd have to say something ain't working just right. I'm not rating this yet but I may have to give it a bad rating because there is no way to get a hold of the author.
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Anonymous
22 August 2005
Version: 0.2
According to what I've been able to find out, this compression technology is free, open source, and superior to Stuffit for OS X. So, what I don't understand is why it isn't the default archive format for OS X? Then there would be no need for everyone to install Stuffit! (I hate Stuffit!)
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Anonymous
22 August 2005
Version: 0.2
So how does this compare to other compressed archives?
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Free

2.6

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.0 or later
Application is not under development & not supported.

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