I read that there is no GUI, but my Firefox did not decrease in any way, so I was just wondering...
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|App Version Reviewed||0.6.9 RC1|
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Tuxman, in that list of 5 programs, it looks to me like #1 (Unpacker) will do what you are asking.The ability to watch folders was not clear from the list, excusez moi.-superboyac (March 26, 2010, 11:53 PM)
Makes me curious, is "Salatschleuder" an English word that has been all jumbled up? If it's not an English word, what language is it and what does it mean?It is a German compound of Salat (salad) and Schleuder (centrifuge). The English term is "salad spinner".-Deozaan (March 21, 2010, 05:27 PM)
With the Windows 7 integration, modern ribbon GUI interface, quick file preview, etc. it just makes every other archiver on the market seem primitive by comparison.Hmm, PA was fine while it was free. Anyway, ribbons for an archiver? So how many functions do you need in an archiver's toolbar?-Innuendo (March 18, 2010, 02:53 PM)
7Zip on Windows is also a rare case - unless you know it.Most archivers for Windows support it, and there is almost no chance to have a Windows user without any WinRAR, 7zip or anything.-Bamse (March 16, 2010, 09:55 AM)