ZIP compression has been around for ages, but has become mainstream not because it is the most efficient, but because the developers behind the technology (and particularly WinZIP) knew that if they distributed it for free, users would quickly adopt it as the default archive management tool of choice. That happened and basic ZIP support is now available from within Windows, OS X and many third-party applications. However, space is limited and your digital media is huge. If you want to get the most from compressing your audio files or photos, do you rely on ZIP compression to save space?
Stuffit 12 is the latest version of the archive management software that enables you to maximise the compression from your media files. Shrink your photos by 30%, upload the archive to your homepage and enable your friends to download the complete collection.
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