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Old 02-02-2012, 09:02 AM   #1
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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
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


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