Recently, our team needs to regularly update Tar GZIP files that are built for Linux on Windows. GZIP is a file format for file compression and decompression. Unlike ZIP, GZIP is used to compress just one single file. Usually, we have to assemble files into a single tar archive, and then compress that archive with gzip (.tar.gz or .tgz). I spent some time looking for the workaround of packaging TAR GZIP files on Windows.