Every now and then, I receive a download link for a 6 GB .zip data archive that I'd like to:
recompress with 7z, with a password
I'd like to avoid using temporary files for each step, because it would use ~ 18 GB of write operations on my SSD, whereas only 6 GB are necessary at the end.
On Linux, it would probably be
wget ... | unzip ... | 7z ... with pipes.
How to do this on Windows?
Note: this question is linked to Make 7-Zip extract an archive directly to a directory but not a duplicate, because the linked question only covers the "7z temp" part of the question, whereas I'm speaking about a download+unzip+7z chain.
Also I'm looking for a command-line solution, and not a drag'n'drop GUI solution like Make 7-Zip extract an archive directly to a directory.