Q&A Zipmagic

Discussion in 'Backup, Sync and Encryption' started by Ana_Filiz, Sep 4, 2016.

  1. simonking

    simonking Level 1

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    Our partners at Orontes have released the latest version of their Data Deduplication installer for Windows:

    www.zipmagic.co/forums/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=201

    Normally, to use DiskZIP Max (which is based on data deduplication), you need to install data deduplication services manually.

    Our partners at Orontes eliminate this need by taking care of the entire installation for you, now with full compatibility for all 64-bit Windows Desktop versions 8, 8.1, and 10 - including the latest Fall Creators Update - ; all Languages; and of course Windows Server editions 2012, 2012 R2, and 2016.

    Best of all, Orontes's Data Deduplication installer is free to everyone with a DiskZIP or ZIPmagic license! Enjoy!!!
     
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  2. simonking

    simonking Level 1

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    Our partners have just released another exciting update, with support for removable drives, among other code optimizations, file system enhancements, and more new code.

    Support for removable drives is particularly exciting, because it is not something you can do with Windows *at all*!

    They have even more exciting work in progress, even more revolutionary in nature than removable drive support - we can hardly contain our excitement waiting for their updates. ETA is January 2018 for the second batch of enhancements.

    Please note, support for removable drive dedup is available *immediately* as of this writing - no need to wait for that at all.
     
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  3. simonking

    simonking Level 1

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    DiskZIP 2018.3 is now available for download. This is a strongly recommended performance update. It fixes the following issues:

    o Windows File Explorer was slowed down (sometimes substantially) due to incorrect parsing and handling of EXE files which may have been self-extracting archives. This bug has been fixed.

    o Local floppy drives (such as A: or B:) were always polled after having been used as an extraction target once, unnecessarily slowing down future right-click extract operations. This bug has been fixed.

    o The archive handler workhorse incorrectly handled error conditions, escalating frivolously to the operating system where errors were internally handled already. This bug has also been fixed.

    There have been no changes to the disk compression component of the products in this performance update.
     
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