There are many archive formats available for each platform and even smaller variations of the ZIP standard, which is the most popular archive format on the Windows operating system. If you've received an archive from a Mac-owning friend, they might have sent you a .SIT file. How do you extract the contents? One solution is a multi-archive management toolkit that will enable you to create and process archives in just about any possible format.
Stuffit 11 is the latest version of the Windows compression and archive management tools. It enables you to create and open ZIP files, as well as just about every other major archive, including Mac SIT archives and more. You can use the tool to create self-extracting archives as well as compressing your digital photos. The new version is also Windows Vista certified. Download Stuffit 11.
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