These days, most file compression activities are baked into your operating system, but there are still plenty of reasons to get a specialized compression utility. With StuffIt 2011 for Mac--exclusive to CNET Downloads today--you can create customized "Destinations" that let you drag and drop files or folders for automated compression and sending. Want to compress to ZIP format and upload via FTP, for example? With a quick setup, you can create your custom destination beforehand with your preferred compression algorithm, and you'll never have to worry about flipping through menus for this destination again. To top it off, you can create several destination tiles to fit your workflow all using a slick-looking Mac-friendly interface.
For the next 24 hours, the Stuffit 2011 download is exclusive to CNET Downloads. New features in Stuffit 2011 include the aforementioned Stuffit Destinations, a free copy of StuffIt 2010 Windows (for those who run both Windows and Mac OS), a multi-user license so you can install on up to three machines, and improved compression and speed on SITX archives. If you're looking for an easy way to automate your common compression actions, download Stuffit 2011 today.
Do you just want an easy way to open files downloaded from the Web? Get the latest version of the regular Stuffit Expander 2011, which lets you open more than 30 common download file types.