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Announcement   Announcement : New Compression format: 7-Zip
   posted by _Steve_ on 22-Feb-2003 23:49:30 (1195 reads)
7z Format - 7z is the new archive format, providing high compression ratio.

The main features of 7z format:

  • Open architecture.
  • High compression ratio.
  • Strong AES-256 encryption.
  • Ability of using any compression, conversion or encryption method.
  • Supporting files with sizes up to 16000000000 GB.
  • Unicode file names.
  • Solid compressing.
  • Archive headers compressing.

7z has open architecture, so it can support any new compression methods.
    

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