TAR converter - online and free
|A TAR file is also known as a Consolidated Unix File Archive and was developed by Jean-loup Gailly. TAR files are different to many other archive files in that they store files in an uncompressed format before the archive is then compressed using compression technology such as GNU Zip compression. TAR files are often found on Unix devices and they’re designed to group files together for easier distribution. TAR files consist of a file header and file data and were originally developed to support tape backups before being used for other purposes. To open a TAR file users can use File Viewer Plus, WinZip and WinRar.|
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Convert to TAR
Using Zamzar it is possible to convert to TAR from a variety of other formats
- 7z to tar (7-Zip Compressed File)
- cab to tar (Cabinet File)
- lzh to tar (Compressed Archive File)
- rar to tar (WinRAR Compressed Archive)
- tar.bz2 to tar (Bzip 2 UNIX Compressed File)
- tar.gzh to tar (Gzip Compressed Archive)
- yz1 to tar (DeepFreezer Compressed Archive)
- zip to tar (Compressed Archive File)
Convert from TAR
Using Zamzar it is possible to convert from TAR to a variety of other formats
- tar to 7z (7-Zip Compressed File)
- tar to cab (Cabinet File)
- tar to lzh (Compressed Archive File)
- tar to tar.bz2 (Bzip 2 UNIX Compressed File)
- tar to tar.gz (Gzip Compressed Archive)
- tar to yz1 (DeepFreezer Compressed Archive)
- tar to zip (Compressed Archive File)