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Old 02-02-2012, 09:02 AM   #1
giorgiotani
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PeaZip 4.4 [file and archive manager]


I'm glad to announce that PeaZip 4.4 was released a few days ago.
Archive creation and extraction interfaces were made simpler and should display correctly with large fonts used in some distributions / versions.

Downloads, change log, and documentation on http://www.peazip.org
Packages, DEB, RPM, and TGZ, are compiled for GTK2 (recommended) and Qt, both works on Gnome and KDE, the application is desktop neutral.
It is available a portable version, TAR.GZ, that does not need to be installed and does not modify the system.

Any help in improving existing localizations is very welcome, package for translators is http://peazip-translations.googlecod...anslations.zip
 
  


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