How to convert ARC to 7Z?
You can convert ARC files to 7Z format in several ways. The most proven option is to download dedicated software that allows you to convert between the ARC and 7Z formats. At the bottom you will find a list of software programs that support ARC and 7Z files and can also save them in new file formats.
ARC File Type
The ARC file extension is a proprietary archive format for the Mac OS X operating system, which is used for storing compressed images, sounds, movies and text files. The ARC file extension has been around since the early 1990s. It was created by Mackinnon & Thorington to provide archiving solutions for the Macintosh computer. They were inspired by Apple’s own compression scheme - Archive Utility Compressed File Format (AUP). The first application of the ARC format was launching Image Capture in 1992. Since its launch, it has become one of the most commonly used formats in Apple software applications. ARC files are lossless data compression and archive formats that can be open by any application supporting it on Mac OS X without decompressing or recompressing them. This includes TextEdit, iTunes and i
|Full Name||ARC Lossless Data Compression And Archive Format|
7Z File Type
7Z files are compressed and can be decompressed with 7-Zip. 7Z files are created by the compression program, 7-Zip. The extension is usually "7z". A .7Z file can be opened by decompressing it with a software that supports the 7-Zip format, such as 7-Zip. This format is used to reduce the size of archived files or folders for easy storage or transportation.
|Full Name||7-Zip Compressed Format|
Software, that convert ARC files
The list contains a list of dedicated software for converting ARC and 7Z files. The list may also include programs that support ARC files and allow you to save them with different file extensions.
ARC to 7Z Converters