The archives can be opened with Internet Explorer, but when opened with a Chrome browser, a blank page is displayed.
The browser prevents access to the local file system, which is needed because the archives are located locally on the hard disk.
This is not a bug Archiver, but a different behavior of the newer browsers compared to the Internet Explorer, which still supports the access to the file system.
This guide can be used for both Microsoft Edge (based on Chrome), and Google Chrome. The only difference is the different .exe, but more about that in a moment.
The .exe file of the browser must be started with a parameter:
This parameter ensures that the browser can access local files, which is necessary to open the archive.
The .exe file is located in the Windows program directory.
To start the browser with the required parameter is via the command line, just
open CMD and enter the path to the .exe and append the parameter:
The second variant
Adjust the link to the browser by passing the parameters directly here as well. The advantage of this is that you can create a second shortcut and surround it with, for example, "Chrome_Files" and simply execute it.
After that the archive can be opened: