Extract Gzip files with Alpha ZIP

What are Gzip files? Gzip (or GNU zip) was originally created as a replacement for the Unix compress program, and was designed to be different from other compression programs in the sense that it was open-source and didn't have to worry about patents. The usual file extension for Gzip files is .gz. With Alpha ZIP you can extract Gzip files easily and quickly, and this friendly compression utility can also create Gzip files.


Alpha ZIP is the Gzip utility that can both create and extract a number of different compressed formats. Thanks to its extraordinary level of Windows integration, this compression tool enables you to do more in less time. With Alpha ZIP, you can open Gzip files and other archives and browse them just like folders on your hard disk. Just locate the file in Windows Explorer, and double-click it - Explorer will then simply browse the file as if it were a folder. Unlike some other Zip and Gzip file extractors, Alpha ZIP will show all folders and subfolders correctly, in the way you are accustomed to from Windows Explorer.

As well as extracting Gzip files, Alpha ZIP works with 7-zip, rar, cab, tar and more. With an intuitive interface, handy email integration and easy file conversion between formats, this compression tool is the solution you're looking for.

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Alpha ZIP Gzip extractor is both powerful and easy to use!