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Need a Great Archive Utility? Give PeaZip a Chance

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PeaZip is a handy utility for reducing the size of large files and archiving different files into one big container. Unlike most file compression tools for Linux, PeaZip's user interface makes it easy to manage. When it comes to zipping and unzipping files, simplicity counts for most everything.

PeaZip is a cross platform file and archive manager available for Linux, BSD and Windows platforms. This utility gives you a complete Zipping system.

Why use a top-notch file archiver? After all, we have huge hard drive storage capabilities and mobile access to numerous free cloud storage services.

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