Amiga LZX Compressed Archive
|Developer||Jonathan Forbes and Tomi Poutanen|
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What is an LZX file?
In 1995, Jonathan Forbes and Tomi Poutanen released the LZX utility for Amiga computers. It was available as both shareware and a paid application. It allowed users to compress one or more files and store them in LZX archives.
These days, LZX files are uncommon. However, Amiga users may still possess LZX files, stored on hard drives, floppy disks, or other storage media.
How to open an LZX file
You can open an LZX file with Total Commander (Windows), with the UnLZX plug-in installed, or The Unarchiver (Mac).
On an Amiga or in an Amiga emulator, you can use LZX, XAD, or unarc to extract the files an LZX file contains.