Utilities that compress one or more files into one smaller file have been around since the first personal computers were introduced. These archive or zip file utilities were known by various names such as arc, pkarc and pkzip and they were run from a command line.
Compression utilities are still incredibly useful for saving time and hard disk space even though today’s computers have much more storage space and faster connection speeds. They are also easier than ever to use through their modern graphical interfaces, drag-and-drop capability, support for multiple compression formats, security features and much more.
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