Installation’s final step
During the installation process, there are no noteworthy events, but before being able to start working with the application, you will need to choose the file associations.
At the same time, you will be able to opt whether to integrate MagicArchiver into the Windows context menu or not. This configuration can later be changed.
Simple and practical appearance
The interface of the program is fairly simple to handle, requiring a limited level of prior experience with such tools, meaning that both advanced individuals and novices alike can use it with ease.
MagicArchiver’s ribbon provides you with quick access to the most important functions, while its menus let you adjust specific details about the compression process.
Create, open, extract or modify archives
With MagicArchiver, you can open an existing file, as it supports a wide array of popular formats, for instance ZIP, RAR, 7Z, GZ, even ISO, CUE, MDF, MDS and others. It can also access password-protected files, on condition that you know the correct passkey.
Once opened, you can view the contents of an archive and extract it completely or only certain items to a preferred location. Nonetheless, you have the option of modifying the file, by adding, renaming or removing objects.
To create an archive, you need to choose the format (ZIP or 7Z), then add the files you wish to compress, saving it under a user-defined name and path. MagicArchiver lets you encrypt your files with a password of your own devise and the generated file can optionally be burned onto a disc (CD, DVD, Blu-ray), in just a few button presses.
Useful compression tool
To summarize, MagicArchiver is an intuitive and easy to understand utility that can prove handy in assisting you in your work with compressed files, significantly simplifying your tasks in the process.
Reviewed by Marina Dan on March 31st, 2014
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Application descriptionMagicArchiver is a handy archive processing utility. It provides a complete solution for manipulating archives.With th...