10 Results for

decompression

download

WinRAR (64-bit)

Take full control over RAR and ZIP archives, along with unpacking a dozen other archive formats.

4 stars Editors' rating on Apr 29, 2014
4.5 stars Users' rating out of 187 reviews
download now
23,882,130 total downloads
56,115 last week
download

WinRAR (32-bit)

Take full control over RAR and ZIP archives, along with unpacking a dozen other archive formats.

4 stars Editors' rating on Apr 29, 2014
4.5 stars Users' rating out of 2083 reviews
download now
160,518,360 total downloads
30,430 last week
download

Free RAR Extract Frog

Extract files from your RAR-archives with a support for spanned archives.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on Jul 29, 2015
4 stars Users' rating out of 284 reviews
download now
4,628,900 total downloads
5,602 last week
download

RarZilla Free Unrar

Extract or decompress all sorts of RAR files.

4 stars Editors' rating on Nov 7, 2008
4 stars Users' rating out of 82 reviews
download now
1,003,264 total downloads
1,539 last week
download

StuffIt Expander

Expand over 30 formats: StuffIt, Zip, RAR, 7z, tar, open encrypted segmented or split files easily.

3 stars Editors' rating on May 29, 2012
4 stars Users' rating out of 97 reviews
download now
1,650,205 total downloads
475 last week
download

WinRAR German

Handle RAR and ZIP files using a German interface.

4.5 stars Users' rating out of 8 reviews
download now
1,409,846 total downloads
249 last week
download

Unique RAR File Library

Enable your applications to create and decompress RAR archives.

3 stars Users' rating out of 62 reviews
download now
1,690,187 total downloads
79 last week
download

Lead MJPEG/MCMP Video Codec

Compress multimedia files from any application.

2 stars Users' rating out of 5 reviews
download now
423,484 total downloads
11 last week
download

Free RAR File Opener

Open and decompress any RAR archive.

3.5 stars Users' rating out of 6 reviews
download now
159,157 total downloads
4,706 last week
download

FlyZip XR

Compress and decompress files on your Palm OS device.

3 stars Users' rating out of 5 reviews
download now
354,754 total downloads
1 last week
Article

Microsoft plugs critical holes in huge Patch Tuesday

Corporations urged to make three critical bulletins involving Windows media decompression, ActiveX, and IE a priority.

By June 8, 2010

Article

StuffIt decompression errors on fragmented disks

StuffIt decompression errors on fragmented disks

By June 19, 2001

Article

Ogg Vorbis offers first handheld player

The Ogg Vorbis project, which aims to create a fully open, license-free alternative to the MP3 audio format, has released the first Ogg player for a handheld device. TheKompany, which makes Linux desktop tools and developer applications, released tkcPlayer for Sharp's Linux-based Zaurus handheld computer, which began shipping in the United States last week. TkcPlayer also handles MP3 files and includes features such as filtering by song attributes and playlist management. TheKompany says the Ogg files compress to 10 percent smaller than MP3 files, with 50 percent better quality on average, and consume a third less power on the Zaurus during playback. Ogg Vorbis is an open-source project aimed at creating an audio compression-decompression format free of patents and license fees. MP3 has become the de facto standard for trading audio files over the Internet because of the small size and high quality of its files, but the format is controlled by the Fraunhofer Group and other members of the MPEG Consortium. Software and makers must pay Fraunhofer royalties for each encoder distributed. Matthew Broersma reported from London. To read the full story, visit ZDNet UK.

By April 12, 2002

Article

Short Take: Aladdin working on Linux version of Expander

Aladdin Systems has begun a public beta test of its decompression software, Aladdin Expander, for the Linux operating system, the company said today. The software currently is available for Macintosh and Windows computers. The Linux version is designed to work with versions of Linux from Red Hat and Corel.

By April 6, 2000

Article

Short Take: MS NetShow nabs codec partners

Microsoft is incorporating compression-decompression software from Voxware, Telos Systems, and The Duck Corporation into the beta version of its NetShow 2.0 streaming media server. Microsoft has also signed up more than a half-dozen media companies to use NetShow, including National Public Radio and AudioNet.

By April 8, 1997