Even if your experience with computers is limited to several months only, you definitely know what data compression is and what applications are used for this purpose. Although the market is dominated by a couple of established compression formats, the number of alternative algorithms is huge and each of them has its pros and cons — so the choice of your favorite one is always up to you. If you are still looking for an archiving tool that will ideally meet your daily file management needs, make sure TurboZIP is on your shopping list!
TurboZIP is a highly functional and ultra-fast compression tool that enables users of all skill levels to create compact data archives and extract information from virtually any type of compressed files. Besides unprecedented versatility, TurboZIP offers some advanced features that will change the way you work with data archives. The possibility to preview the contents of compressed files (image thumbnails) saves your time and allows you to select just what you want without opening files one by one or extracting the whole archive. The cataloging capabilities of the software turn TurboZIP into an easily searchable index of archived files on your hard drive, portable media and optical disks. You can also benefit from such handy features as silent archiving, the automated compression command, 9 compression/speed presets, advances file selection filters, support of strong AES encryption, as well as a powerful compression wizard.
TurboZIP is everything you need to create and open file archives of virtually any known type. It’s compact and affordable, so make sure to check out the free trial version to discover a whole new level of comfort when working with compressed files!
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