This file archiver/unpacker is fast, familiar, and simple to operate, but offers little in the way of unique features and even less in terms of reliability. EasyZip's interface resembles so many similar applications: large function icons over a file list. Operating EasyZip is just as familiar: you choose a directory to open a new ZIP file, and then name it. Oddly, though, EasyZip doesn't open the file-add function in that chosen directory. Unpacking archives follows the same series of steps.
You spend a lot of time browsing to choose the destination directory. We weren't impressed with the interface or functions, and EasyZip moved a step lower by disappointing us with its performance. During testing, we experienced program crashes, freezes, and general quirkiness. Sometimes merely minimizing a window caused EasyZip to freeze.
Testing this application is restricted to 15 days, but most users won't need that long to uninstall EasyZip. An uninspired interface combined with programming errors makes this file compression utility an easy skip.
EasyZip has a modern easy-to-use interface, with access to many features. EasyZip contains all the features you would expect from a compression program/archive utility - you can read and extract zip format. EasyZip prides itself on its simple, smarter way of doing things throughout the whole application.
Version 3.3 fixes several bugs related to Vista.