Windows has been compatible with zipped files (.zip) for quite some time, but until then there were some formats that were not natively supported by the software. The recent update added compatibility with 11 versions, allowing users to perform extraction without the need to use third-party programs such as WinRAR.
Here are the new supported options:
This means that users can now work with these compressed file formats directly in Windows 11 without the need for third-party tools. The native support for these formats allows for improved performance during compression on Windows. Users can easily zip (compress) files or unzip (extract) files using the built-in functionality in Windows 11.