Take something big and stuff it into a small space. That’s the essence of file compression. In the Windows world, it is common to use .Zip, .Rar, .Ace and now .7z file formats. The world is predominantly Windows based, and you might come across these filetypes often. If you are making the Windows to OS X switch or otherwise new to OS X, this article will show you how to handle these filetypes within Mac OS X. (more…)
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