7-Zip
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7-Zip is a Free software/open source file archiver designed originally for Microsoft Windows, and later made available to other computer operating systems. In the form of p7zip, the command-line versi... More


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AUDIENCE : developers
system administrator : DEVELOPMENT STATUS : production
LICENSE : gnu lesser general public license (lgpl)
OPERATING SYSTEM : windows 2000
windows 2003 : windows 95 : windows 98 : windows nt : windows xp : PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE : c++
USER INTERFACE : win32

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7-Zip

very simple interface, fast and powerful archiver, 2-10% better compression ratio for ZIP format (compared to Winzip and PKzip), many formats supported.


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7-Zip Is Very Powerful

7-Zip is very powerful.


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The Rescue To The The RAR Format Disease

I really love this application, the rescue to the f**king RAR format.


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Great

I'm using it instead of Winrar for a long time now... Very very good open-source software !


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7-zip

i completely reinstalled winxp on an old desktop i have at home -- i didn't have any backup disks of the free software that was previously installed so i lost my winzip app.


i downloaded 7-zip from sourceforge (i think)... i have since installed it on every machine that doesn't have a winzip installation..


why pay for a tool like winzip, when you can get something like it for free?


it's a wise investment.


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How does 7zip work for really large files?

I'm looking to compress a bunch of large files/folders (in the 30-40 Gb range). Anyone have any experience with this?

Opening sevenzip (.7z) files on the mac?

Can't seem to unzip these files on the Mac (using Leopard) and i don't have parallels/Fusion. Any ideas on how I can get this done?

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