Download HaoZip free, a quality file compressor and expander developed in China. HaoZip includes a full selection of additional tools for its users


Compression software with additional tools

November 16, 2012
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HaoZip is a free file compressor developed in China that offer unique compression technology that offers 30% more compression than other products while still being 40% quicker according to its developers.

The best free compressor from China.

Did you believe that the Asiatic revolution wouldn't reach the compressor software? HaoZip is here to prove that they also know how to provide software of this class. A leading product with millions of users in the Asiatic country that is now trying to make itself a space worldwide and with more than enough features to make their rivals tremble.


  • Expands 49 different formats including the ZIP, RAR and 7z standards.
  • Compress your files in three formats: ZIP, 7z and TAR.
  • Create multi-volume compressed files, password protected files, self-extracting, add commentaries... It includes various compression algorithms: Deflate, Deflate64, Bzip2 and LZMA.
  • Access its functions from Windows explorer.
  • Obtain new skins to customize the appearance of the interface.

The Chinese Swiss knife

The features offered by HaoZip when it comes to compressing and expanding files are clear, but at well as these, it also offers other tools like an image file converter, a checksum tool, two batch renaming and replacing tools, malware detector or even a corrupt file repairer. You only have to indicate during the installation which tools you want to include with HaoZup to transform it into your Chinese Swiss knife.

Download HaoZip free and get a hold of one of the most important programs available, a tool that can compete with WinRAR, 7-Zip and WinZip.

Héctor Hernández

As a technology journalist with over 12 years of experience in the world of software and apps, I have had the opportunity to try all kinds of devices and operating systems over the years. I have done from software or mobile applications reviews...

Scott McLure

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