New: Compress Files 2.4

New: Compress Files 2.4

Create compressed file in your preferred format. Compress Files can create Zip compressed archives; Zip compressed and encrypted archives; TAR archives; Gzip compressed archives; Bzip2 compressed archives; compressed and encrypted disk images.

 

Omit Mac-specific invisible files. Invisible Mac-specific files can be extremely annoying when you transfer Zip files to other systems. Windows and Linux make these files visible and they could create confusion to recipients that receive your files. Compress Files lets you specify if you want to omit Finder specific information (such as the .DS_Store files) and Mac specific file attributes (such as a resource fork) when creating Zip archives.

 

Encrypt your personal files. For high security, you can use Compress Files to encrypt part of your hard disk through the use of an encrypted disk image protected with a password. You can then also email this disk image to other people who know the password. The image will show up as a volume on your desktop. When your Keychain is locked, or when you send that disk image file to another person, the image is secure. When your Keychain is unlocked, you can copy, move and delete files as you would on any normal hard disk.

 

Compress files in an easy way. To compress a file, simply drag and drop the file you want to compress onto the Compress Files icon. If Compress Files is closed, the program will launch and compress your files. You can also compress files by dragging files into the application window. Just launch Compress Files and the window will appear. You can compress more than one file by dragging multiple items onto Compress Files window, and you can also compress larger groups of files by placing them in a folder and dragging the whole folder onto Compress File.

 

REQUIREMENTS: Mac OS 10.4 or later

 

To download a demo copy of Compress Files 2.4 (1.8MB), click here.

 

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