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February 8, 2016

WinRAR 5.31 fixes DPI issues and brings a security patch for SFX archives

WinRAR is without doubt the most popular file compression program for Windows PCs, in the World.

You can partly attribute it to the generous developer, who lets the users to use the application beyond the 40 day trial period.

Usually it just displays an ad asking the user to buy the full version, but you can skip it and use it for free. But let’s not get into those details here. Read our full WinRAR review for extensive details about the file compression program.

Let’s discuss what’s new in WinRAR 5.31.

Firstly, the issues related to the High DPI in Windows has beem fixed. WinRAR had a bug which was preventing it’s help [...]

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February 1, 2016

Bandizip is an excellent free archive creation and extraction application

File compression has become somewhat of a necessity in our day to day computing tasks, at least for those who send and receive large files over the internet.

Of course, the first names which would pop-up in your mind when we say those words, would likely be WinZip and WinRaR.

But not everyone have the financial strength to pay for such premium high quality apps. Naturally, the only option for free users is to find a good alternative for WinZip and WinRAR. Now, there aren’t very many quality apps that come close to these.

7-zip is one which is good, is free and open source, but it has a terrible UI, and doesn’t support a lot of advanced [...]

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January 25, 2016

How to compress a file with Winzip

The digital world that we live in today, has us emailing more than we ever have.

And more often than not, the majority of us do so on a daily basis.

Though it usually involves just a regular conversation, sometimes we have to send files to our friends and colleagues. It could be some documents, or PDFs, or photos, or even a video. When you use a free email service like Gmail, you just have a meagre 25MB limit for attachments you can send with one email.

A solution for this is of course, sending multiple emails or hosting the files over at a cloud storage service like Google Drive, Dropbox or OneDrive. This of course isn’t a good solution for files which [...]

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