Date Added:May 13, 2013
Price:Free to try (30-day trial); $29.99 to buy
Downloads Last Week:1
Product ranking:#7 in File Compression
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Very few that are not replicated by leaner and cheaper (or even free) alternatives. Not enough meat to draw in power users, nor offer them a compelling reason to fork out the cash.
At this price point, and for the range of tasks that such an app is required to do in the real world, extremely poor value. Successive upgrades have added fluff rather than any compelling reason to buy.
Compare thoroughly before buying. Ask yourself, what will I do, on a day-to-day basis, with this software, that makes it worth the price. Good luck with the answer to that question...
Fast compression with multi-core processor. More new features and nicer interface. Easy to customize. Smaller archives with SITX than ZIP compression.
SITX archives don't seem to be backwards compatible with most of my business associates using earlier versions of Stuffit Expander. I hear complaints of file corruption messages and must advise folks to get the current free Stuffit Expander (and I re-send their files in ZIP format). A relevant error message with link to the update would be nice.
I very much recommend Stuffit Destinations.
easy to use
I did't try the new version so I can't say if I like or if I dislike
Very easy to use and its like a cool version of WinRAR
None so far
It works with Vista LOL if you have Vista you'll understand this is a selling point.
haven't run into anything Major
worth having , I hated haiving 5 different compression tools this one works on rar and win zip and if I ever learn how to fine tune it LOL user issue not a software one I'm sure it will handle the Izac files too. and these are the 3 that I need opened most often.
It's easy to use and it's fast.
easy to use and intuitive interface
Reply by fattymattybrewing on June 9, 2008
I guess I need more from a review - not offense, its just I'd like to know more about the software like, does the Trial Period stop the software from working, are there any bugs, what don't you like?
Aforementioned tools do not look integrated. most of what they do can be done by control click of a a file or directory and choosing "Create Archive".
UI is blotted.
Unix tar files? people who exchange files with Unix folks do use command line.
Preview? There is Zipeg which is free for Mac and Windows and does it a lot better.
I like how stuffit automatically takes care of my zipped files and make them ready for me to use. works very smoothly.
non so far
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|Publisher web site||http://mysmithmicro.com|
|Release Date||May 13, 2013|
|Date Added||May 13, 2013|
|Category||Utilities & Operating Systems|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X 10.5 Intel/PPC|
|Additional Requirements||Growl notification support requires Growl to be installed.|
|Downloads Last Week||1|
|License Model||Free to try|