CAM UnZip is a Windows freebie that you can use to open, create and modify ZIP archives.
As compared to a traditional compression tool, CAM UnZip doesn’t offer shell integration, but instead it relies on a multi-panel GUI to interact with its users.
There are two different tabs to extract files from archive or add and delete items from a selected ZIP file.
Of course, you can extract either all files included in the archive or just the selected items, with the main window of the program showing file name, size, compressed size and modified date for each one.
There are some extraction options too in order to overwrite existing files, re-create folders and run setup after extraction.
If you wish to add or delete files from a ZIP archive, you get the same multi-panel layout, with some different options this time to save folder names, include sub-folders and encrypt files with password.
There are no other configuration screen and this is clearly good news for beginners who wish to deal with a ZIP file on the go. A help section is also included in the package, just in case someone needs more information on a built-in feature.
All things considered, CAM UnZip is a handy product, but it still needs some more advanced options. It’s hard to believe that experienced users are ready to abandon their advanced compression tools in order to choose this one, despite the helpful features it includes.