TGZ is a UNIX based archive that uses GZIP compression technique to compress TGZ files. It uses GZIP and TAR combination to bind and compress data files. It is also known as .TAR.GZ. It is used in the installation process of some Linux based Operating System. TGZ files are easy to compress or decompress in UNIX OS.
7z is an archive format which was introduced 1999 with the 7-Zip open source file archiver. 7z is a container format which supports a variety of compression and encryption algorithms. Some examples are: bzip2, LZMA2 and LZMA.
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