Kenji Mouri released another updated NanaZip to the public. It’s the final updated version 1.1. You can download it for free down below.
It’s a good compression tool you can use on Windows 11 or Windows 10, and it’s even showing up on the good side of the context menu in Windows 11.
NanaZip 1.1 is an open-source file archiver intended for the modern Windows experience, forked from the source code of well-known open-source file archiver 7-Zip.
You can find NanaZip file-archiver in the Microsoft Store and is free to use. For more information about the development roadmap, please read this.
Changelog for NanaZip 1.1
- To improve performance, assembly implementations of 7-Zip have been added again.
- The “About” dialog box with TaskDialog has been newly implemented.
- The message boxes with TaskDialog have been renewed.
- Updated 7-Zip to 21.07.
- Update of the translations adopted from 7-Zip.
- Improved detection of multi-volume rar files
- Simplify definitions for mapping file types and adding the “open” verb
- Correction of the CI problem.
- Update from VC-LTL to 5.0.4 and C++/WinRT to 2.0.211028.7.