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ExPanda 0.2.0

Freeware
Run the program once, then if you tap on a LZH or ZIP file, this archive will be extracted (if a path is set in the archive, folder(s) will be created).
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Run the program once, then if you tap on a LZH or ZIP file, this archive will be extracted (if a path is set in the archive, folder(s) will be created). "Combress.dll" can be used in order to archive (see snapshot).

You can install it even if you don't have a decompression tool, and you can create an environment where you can decompress LZH and ZIP files! !
Double-clicking the compressed file creates a folder with the same name as the compressed file in the same folder as the compressed file, and expands it there.
I made this software considering that it is smaller than other LZH-related software and ZIP-related software, but it may be larger depending on the combination.
Also, if you need a compression function, you can compress it by putting the following Komburess ("combress.dll") in the same folder as Ex Panda.
This software uses unlha.dll and unlzh.dll created by uema2.

Tags

LHAcompressiondecompressionfilesarchives

   
License Freeware
The program is completely free to use.
   
Website http://www.geocities.jp/m_hiloci/prog/prog.htm
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Popularity 2001
Total Downloads  1
   
Submitted By torch
Submitted On 29 October 2022

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