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Quickly Convert Archive Files like RAR, ZIP, 7z from One Format to Another File Format

by Shivaranjan on May 13, 2009


These days we have to deal with many different kinds of archive files like zip, rar, 7z and etc. Say for example if you want to convert a zip file to a 7z file then you have to uzip the contents of a zip file and then create a new archive with 7z file type, what if you have a tool that can convert a zip file to rar file? Well ArcConvert is a free tool that converts many archive file types to other archive file types very quickly.

The following file types: 7-ZIP/ LZH / CAB / ZIP / ARJ / ACE / RAR / TAR / TGZ / GZ / Z / BZ2 / YZ1 / YZ2 / GCA / BEL / RPM / DEB/ BH / Noa32 / HKI / PAQAR / SQX /HA /ZOO /UHARC /LFB / ZLIB / UCL / IMP / RS / SPL / APK / Arc / DZ / MSI / ALZ / PMA / PAQ7 / CHM / UDA / PAQ8 / Cryptonite / ISO / LZOP / BMA / ZIP AES (128/192/256) / Nanozip Alpha/ XZ can be converted to ZIP, 7-ZIP, CAB, LHA, TAR, TGZ, BZ2, YZ1, BGA, RAR, ACE, NOA32, HKI, PAQAR, UHARC, YZ2, DZ, HA, XZ. There is also support for password protected files archive files, but you would have to enter the password for ArcConvert to convert file.


To convert a archive file just load the file in ArcConvert and choose the output file format and hit the convert button and the file will be converted output file format in no time. This tool does not require any installation hence it can be run as a portable application from USB flash drives. This runs on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.

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Kelvin October 13, 2013 at 2:36 pm

Hello, You program interests me as i have a TON of archives i want to convert to 7zip to save space.

I tried your program and it failed saying it was out of space.?
I have a small SSD for the boot drive temp storage and im guessing you use %temp% location for the unpacking??

Is there a way to change this so i can use it on large archives 8gb – 35gb rars on another drive?


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