Uncompress File Online with WobZip and ?

Posted on September 28, 2009. Filed under: Others, Super Fast Updates, Web | Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

   

   Suppose you are using public computer which don’t have decompressing utility like winrar installed and you have zipped file, you want to unzipped/decompress it but you don’t know how to do. Now you know what to do, use WobZip, it is a free online tool that allows you to uncompress your files online.There is another free online tool waiting for you in the last..

    

   Currently WobZIP supports these formats: 7z, ZIP, GZIP, BZIP2, TAR, RAR, CAB, ISO, ARJ, LZHCHM, Z, CPIO, RPM, DEB and NSIS. The maximum file size that you can upload is 100Mb. WobZIP currently uses 7-zip to perform the uncompression. One interesting thing about WobZIP that worths a mention is that it can extract the online zipped files too. Just provide the URL of the online zipped file to WobZIP in the form shown below and WobZIP will extract the files from it.

Features:- 

  • Web-based means hassle-free
    Now you can unzip your files in school, at work or anywhere as long as you have access to the Internet. No longer will you be limited by the inability to install programs onto admin-protected computers.
  • Uncompressing online means safer
    We scan your compressed files using an anti-virus scanner so any infected files will be removed before you download them onto your computer.
  • Uncompressing online means the freedom to choose
    Our aim is to allow users to uncompress as many compressed file formats as possible. This means that you can compress your files using the compression format of your choice and send it to your friends. Tell them about WobZIP and uncompress on the fly.

Note:- WobZip is not guaranteed to be bug-free, because it is still in the mode of development and testing.The two bugs they mentioned are
1. Uploader may cause corrupted files.
2. There are reports that .tar.gz and .tar.bz2 file extension do not work.

   

    Here is another online tool called ezyZip . which lets you zip files online too, but there is no uploading/downloading of files to a server. It runs as a java applet in the browser, so it executes locally, making it much quicker and easier to use.

   So what you have to say about both WobZip and Ezyzip? Share with us via comments.

 

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