I am aware that many versions of Windows do not have built-in explorer support for zip files (PKZip format) that use AES-256 encryption as opposed to the broken zip crypto. In particular I have tried it on Windows 7 and Server 2012 and it doesn't work on either.
I don't have access to test newer Windows versions. Can users of Windows 8.1 and/or Windows 10 extract AES-256 encrypted files in zip archives using Windows Explorer or anything that comes with the OS? (I know they can do so by installing freely available programs, but don't want to require them to do so if it's not necessary.)