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7-zip 9.33 Alpha - Neowin

The program supports 7z, XZ, BZIP2, GZIP, TAR, ZIP, WIM, ARJ, CAB, CHM, CPIO, CramFS, DEB, DMG, FAT, HFS, ISO, LZH, LZMA, MBR, MSI, NSIS, NTFS, RAR, RPM, SquashFS, UDF, VHD, WIM, XAR, Z. Most of the source code is under the GNU LGPL license. The unRAR code is under a mixed license: GNU LGPL + unRAR restrictions. Check license information here: 7-Zip license . You can use 7-Zip on any computer, including a computer in a commercial organization. You don't need to register or pay for 7-Zip. The main features of 7-Zip are: High compression ratio in new 7z format with LZMA compression Compression ratio for ZIP and GZIP formats: 2-10 % better than the ratio provided by PKZip and WinZip Strong AES-256 encryption in 7z and ZIP formats Self-extracting capability for 7z format Integration with Windows Shell What's new after 7-Zip 9.32 Alpha: 7-Zip now can show icons for 7-Zip items in Explorer's context menu. "Add to archive" dialog box: new options in "Path Mode" new option "Delete files after compression" new "NTFS" options for WIM and TAR formats: Store symbolic links new optional field to set output folder name new option "Eliminate duplication of root folder" new option "Absolute pathnames" in "Path Mode". new option "Restore file security" (that works for WIM archives only) 7-Zip File Manager: new "File / Link" dialog box in to create symbolic links and hard links. Command line version: new -spd switch to Disable wildcard matching for file names new -spe switch to Eliminate duplication of root folder for extract archive command new -snh switch to store hard links as links (WIM and TAR formats only) new -snl switch to store symbolic links as links (WIM and TAR formats only) NSIS support was improved.

Original article here: http://www.neowin.net/news/7-zip-933-alpha

Compression Performance: 7-Zip, MagicRAR, WinRAR, WinZip - Compression: Your Data, On A Diet

7-Zip 9.22 Beta is a preview version of the next stable release that gives users the chance to try out its feature lineup before the public launch, while also helping the developing team fix any bugs that might exist in the app. There are no release notes for this beta version right now, as the parent company launched it only a few minutes ago, but it's safe to assume that it addresses the majority of bugs you've found in the previous versions. As a result, make sure that you deploy this version if you've found some issues in other betas. Of course, 7-Zip continues to work like a charm on all Windows editions on the market, including Windows XP, which remains the second most-used operating system worldwide despite the fact that Microsoft is no longer releasing updates and security patches. Overall, this new release is quite a great occasion to try out the feature lineup of the next stable build, so download 7-Zip 7.22 Beta right now to see what it brings new. Update: we changed the title to reflect that the new version is actually 9.33 Alpha (the original article pointed to 9.22 Beta). This was released a couple of days ago and brought a new Add to archive dialog box, an improved Extract screen with options to Eliminate duplication of root folder, revised command line version, and improved NSIS support. Here is the full changelog for 7-Zip 9.33 Alpha and thanks to everyone for sending this in.

Original article here: http://news.softpedia.com/news/7-Zip-9-22-Beta-Now-Available-for-Windows-Users-446962.shtml

7-Zip 9.33 Alpha Now Available for Windows Users [Updated]

3. WinRar 4.2 is much better threaded than previous versions. 4.7z threading depends a lot on the type of file compressed. On large files, it can use 100% of any number of cores. For many small files, it generally uses only 1 complete core. 4. You mean the 7Z format rather than 7-Zip. I've seen 7-Zip, using the Zip format, hitting 100% CPU usage when archiving around 1500 2000 files, the vast majority of which (like >75%, if not >90%) were tiny, about half under 100 B and the other half between 1 kB and 4 kB. But with the same set of files I did a quick test, and using LZMA2 to 7z it was using 1 and a bit cores (going by my total CPU usage). LiviuTM , March 19, 2013 1:54 AM Great article.

Original article here: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/winrar-winzip-7-zip-magicrar,3436.html

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