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    "Very gentle to computer virgins"

    February 28, 2012  |   By HShin


    Simple to use. Even offers a step by step approach to creating your own archive. (Rolls eyes.)


    It's too much Mac madness. Treats you like a moron even if you're a pro. It's only after switching off the brain-dead "wizard" thing that you get to see that the app doesn't support RAR compression, and worse, no file splitting.


    Would be great if it works for practice online purpose. In its present state it's good for people like michaelarko, which I understand to be the majority of Mac users? Seriously for mankind's sake, I hope not.

    Updated on Feb 28, 2012

    Correcting typo above. It should be "works for practical online purpose".

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