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StuffIt Expander 2009 - Easily expand files you download from the Web

StuffIt Expander is a free application that allows you to expand compressed and encoded files and archives in a variety of formats – and quite fastly.

The program lets you view the contents of archives such as StuffIt X, Zip, RAR, Tar, exe, cab, 7zip, Gzip, etc and expand individual files without expanding the entire archive. Formats that do not support browsing can still be expanded.

StuffIt expander 2009 free version expands over 30 formats and is compatible with Windows 2000, XP and Vista. Required .net framework 2 for Windows 2000 and XP users. The free version supports expansion and decoding only.


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