Release Notes: This release adds a more user-friendly archive/file browser with easier file selection, custom icons for most common file types, memory of the sorting column and sorting order, etc. In the extraction interface, it is now possible to set a default extraction path, and "extract to new folder" is now remembered as an option of the Extract action rather than a separate action. The Extract button, within an archive, extracts the selected object. If nothing is selected, it extracts all displayed objects (like WinRar/7-Zip). In the archiving interface, there's now a "Convert existing archives" option to extract existing archives before the compression stage.
Release Notes: This update improves the extraction and compression GUI and adds various improvements and fixes.
Release Notes: This release is meant to be a major UI update: toolbar buttons have dropdown menus extending the button's functionalities, and the "Options" toolbar button toggles between the browser and additional tabs. Navigation was made simpler with the introduction of a navigation menu, a single point to show hierarchical, user-centered, and usage pattern-centered views of the system's resources. The status bar hosts quick access buttons and buttons to show or hide the bookmarks and the history area. 85 file extensions are now supported. PeaZip for Linux now comes precompiled both for GTK2 and for Qt.