Imagex (Wimlib)

Work with Windows Imaging (WIM) archives"
A review by John

If you’re constantly working with Windows Imaging, also known as WIM files, and you can’t seem to keep everything organized, then maybe it’s time to find a reliable tool that can help you manage this kind of file efficiently and straightforwardly. This piece of software will enable you to do that because it provides all the relevant features in an interface that you won’t have a hard time navigating.

This app won’t only help you manage your WIM files; it will also allow you to write, read, and extract these files. It also features the Imagex application, which is a command line tool that will help you manage these files however you see fit. This piece of software is also compatible with different compression formats, and the compression rates are high enough to make it a competitive tool.

WIM files can also be exported, extracted, deleted, and more, with his app. It also allows you to work with this kind of file without having to mount them, which is not something this app can do anyway. Other features include appending, information, confirming integrity, and more. Overall, this is a reliable and easy-to-use tool that provides everything you need.

Imagex (Wimlib) is licensed as freeware for PC or laptop with Windows 32 bit and 64 bit operating system. It is in components & libraries category and is available to all software users as a free download.

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Eric Biggers
Last Updated On
March 7, 2019
Runs on
Windows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista / XP
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File size
852,2 KB

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