Save time, keep your mac clean, and open just about any archive format out there with The Archive Browser.
Ever downloaded an file archived with an obscure archive format, and been unable to open it? Or Ever wanted to preview the contents of an archive before you extracted it? Enter The Archive Browser. It can open a huge number of common, uncommon, and discontinued archive formats. Plus, it allows you to browse the contents of archives, and quick look or open files before you even extract the archive.
The Archive Browser can handle a giant number of different archive formats: common formats like Zip, RAR, 7-zip, Tar, Gzip and Bzip2, as well as older formats like StuffIt, DiskDoubler, LZH, ARJ and ARC. It can also handle other kinds of formats, like CD and DVD images such as ISO, BIN, MDF, NRG and CDI, many Windows self-extracting EXE files, and can even extract media from Flash SWF files and images from PDF files.
It will also handle different filename encodings gracefully, and for the curious, it will show a lot of information about the archives and their contents.
3 Reasons You'll Love The Archive Browser
Open Obscure Archive Formats Occasionally, you'll download a file with an obscure format. Or need to open a windows self-extracting archive, or want to extract information from CD and DVD images. The Archive Browser can handle all of those things.
Less Mess Sometimes, all you need is one file from an archive. Instead of extracting the whole archive and tossing a bunch of stuff you don't need on your Mac, just open the one file you need.
Save Time You can quick look files inside an archive with The Archive Browser, even without extracting the files. Find the files you need, fast.