Ez7z
Ez7z
2.14

2.6

Ez7z free download for Mac

Ez7z

2.14
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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J-Smith
17 October 2010

Most helpful

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.
Like (3)
Version 1.861
Derekcurrie
28 March 2019
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.
Like (1)
Version 2.14
sebastian-goschin
14 January 2015
Bad UI, could not find a why to update files within a archive
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Version 2.14
jwatwood
13 January 2015
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. =(
Like (1)
Version 2.14
Dawda
24 April 2013
This application is obviously abandoned.
Like (2)
Version 2.13
Rockin'-Kat
29 March 2013
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
Like (1)
Version 2.13
seallee
08 February 2013
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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Version 2.13
z9138h
09 October 2012
How can I encrypt a file in 7zip format with AES-256bit encryption?
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Version 2.13
mlnoone
28 February 2012
Needed to open a password protected zip file, done with Ez7z without any problem!
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Version 2.12
msaavedraesp
04 February 2011
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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Version 1.922
1 answer(s)
Leifertin
Leifertin
11 February 2011
Ez7z won't run from the disk image.
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Robk
14 December 2010
No more BZIP2 Support? I hope it comes back... If not, I will definitely be looking elsewhere. (And I am sure others will too!)
Like (1)
Version 1.91
4 answer(s)
Leifertin
Leifertin
15 December 2010
Not to worry, I'll add it back once I figure out two bugs related to it. 1) The expanded contents would never have an extension, so if you didn't know it beforehand, you may not be able to open the files. (Maybe I can include a .ds_store-like file that lists the extensions?) 2) Creating BZIP2s in some cases would just bring up an "INVALID ARG" error.
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Robk
Robk
15 December 2010
I think the problem may be with the 7za binary that you use for BZIP2. Why don't you try the official BZIP2 binary for compression and decompression instead of the 7za binary?
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Leifertin
Leifertin
18 December 2010
Ah I didn't realize that was there. I'll read up on the manual for it and bring BZIP2 back soon.
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Beamy
Beamy
15 January 2011
I you are looking for a good BZip2 program, then you may try TarPit. I like TarPit a lot and it is free. :-)
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Free

2.6

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.0 or later
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