Well here's a first...gHacks (Martin Brinkmann) gave an app a five star rating.
"Bandizip 6.0 is offered as a portable version for 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows, and as an installer. The latest version is not compatible with Windows XP. Only option that you have is to keep on using Bandizip 5.x on devices running the operating system. Installation is straightforward. Please note that the option to send usage statistics and crash reports is enabled when you install the program. You can disable it during setup on the same page that you can change the installation path on. The installer changed, and it appears that it requires an Internet connection during installation. You can still download and run the portable version instead which does not have the requirement...Bandizip 6.0 ships with additional features, and better performance when it comes to extracting archives and creating new archives. Some users may not like the new interface, but you can adjust it somewhat using the View menu, for instance by enabling the classic look of the toolbar there." - gHacks
I'd suggest reading the whole review.
You can see it on the linked article or here: https://www.bandisoft.com/bandizip/ where there's a download link, and more on its features, etc.
One thing, it appears to need an internet link during installation, but, you can also download the portable version which requires no such connection.
It is available for OSX, and both as a 32 and 64 bit app, as well as a 5.x version for Windows XP.