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The Self-Extractor is a free and powerful self-extracting archive creator and extractor. It can unpack archives of several popular compression formats, including: Zip, 7z, Zip64, BZIP2, RAR, TAR, CAB, CPIO, PAX, LHA, RPM, ISO, VHD, VHDX, and VHD.
The Self-Extractor Features:
– Several compression methods (ZIP, 7z, Zip64, BZIP2, RAR, TAR, CAB, CPIO, PAX, LHA, RPM, ISO, VHD, VHDX, and VHD).
– Support for Windows XP and Windows 7.
– Password support.
– Image file support (PNG, JPG, GIF, and BMP).
– Custom settings (title, logo, text).
– Add parameter feature.
– Custom settings (logo, text, title, password).
– Add custom settings (logo, text, title, password).
– Logo support.
– Logo image format (BMP, JPEG, GIF, TGA, PNG, ICO).
– Logo size.
– Logo position.
– Add logo feature.
– Add logo image to archive.
– Add a password.
– Add a logo.
– Encryption support (CRC and MD5).
– CAB support.
– Command line option support.
– Compression level selection (none, fast, good, best).
– Archive size selection.
– Unpack content folder.
– Drag and drop feature.
– Support for Windows XP and Windows 7.
– Built-in test program.
– Support for ZIP, 7z, BZIP2, RAR, TAR, CAB, CPIO, PAX, LHA, RPM, ISO, VHD, VHDX, and VHD archives.
– Support for ZIP, 7z, Zip64, BZIP2, RAR, TAR, CAB, CPIO, PAX, LHA, RPM, ISO, VHD, VHDX, and VHD archives.
– Create and extract archives of any size.
– Select any number of files.
– Group files into a folder.
– Create archive with any size.
– Create a self-extracting archive.
– ZIP, 7z, Zip64, BZIP eea19f52d2


The latest Windows features a revamped new user interface and experiences, new gadgets and widgets, and more.
What’s New in Windows 11

Switch to the New Taskbar

Your taskbar, or the little panel with the Start button, has been replaced by an in-built application menu. Now, instead of having a separate taskbar, you will find a menu bar that has the essential tools you need. The new taskbar is centered and pinned to the bottom of the screen. Use the icon of your choice to access the items you need at a single click.

Navigate with One Hand

The biggest change in Windows 11 is the move of the Start button to the middle of the taskbar. Navigating in Windows has always been a chore; there were just too many steps to make things easy.

The new layout in Windows 11 features a simplified Start menu with just one button. To reach the menu, you will need to move your mouse to the top-left corner of the screen and click the button.

Make the Start Menu the Core

There is a new search app in Windows that will open your favorite apps and websites when you type in the search bar. Find exactly what you need without even switching apps.

The taskbar has new icons that allow you to access the top and all the new features of the latest operating system.

With the new taskbar, you can access the search bar by moving your mouse to the top-right corner of the screen and clicking the icon.

Your workspace is filled with the icons of the files and folders you use the most, so you won’t miss any of your files when accessing the files and folders.

Slide In and Out of Workspaces

When you are accessing more than one window at a time, you might want to know which workspace you are currently in. Windows 11 has a new feature to help you with this task. When you slide in and out of the windows, they are automatically stored in the workspace you selected.

Feel at Home with Fluent Design

As Windows is at the core of Windows 11, it is more than obvious that the new operating system has been influenced by Microsoft’s design language. The Fluent Design of Windows 11 has been inspired by the “Resilience of Windows,” the next chapter in the history of the operating system.

It features the new color palette, rounded item geometry, and simple iconography