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File extension Details of IMG, IMP, IMZ, INP, INS, IO, ISZ, J, JAM

File Type:All Image raw image
Category:Archive and compressed file
File Description:All Image raw image file. Image created by All Image backup application.
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Company / developer:
  WinZip Computing

WinZip description:

WinZip includes major usability enhancements, improved compression technology and, is now available in a Standard and a Pro version. Both the Standard and Pro versions are made available in one distribution file. Functionality is determined by either a Standard or Pro registration code.
Both the Standard and Pro versions offer new, state-of-the-art compression technology allowing you to make even smaller Zip files, and a new Explorer-style view of your Zip file contents, making them easier to navigate, modify, and extract.

Other enhancements include:

  • the ability to create split (multi-volume) Zip files during compression, automatic update checking and many more.
  • If you've ever used WinZip to backup data sets, archive important documents, or distribute information to others on a regular basis, you'll appreciate the WinZip Job Wizard, included in WinZip Pro. The WinZip Job Wizard provides powerful productivity and automation features that help to simplify your repetitive compression tasks.
  • Explorer-style view
  • Both versions of WinZip feature a new Explorer-style view of your Zip files, making it much easier to work with complex, multi-folder archives.

The Explorer-style view allows you to:

  • See the structure of your Zip file at a glance, using a tree-structured view of the folders in your Zip file. The tree view lets you quickly drill down to see only the items in folders that you want to work with. This view appears in the left pane of the WinZip Classic window, and is easily switched on or off according to your preference.
  • Display only the files and subfolders in the currently selected folder. These items appear in the separate right pane and can be displayed as tiles, icons, a simple list, or a detailed list.
  • Create new folders in your Zip file.
  • Add files directly to new or existing folders in your Zip file using drag and drop.
  • Quickly extract individual folders and their subfolders by dragging and dropping them to Windows Explorer.
  • Easily delete folders and their subfolders from your Zip files.

Improved Compression

WinZip supports two new compression methods within the Zip file format, PPMd and bzip2. These compression methods can provide greater compression and may significantly reduce the size of your Zip files, saving both data transmission time and valuable disk space.
Note: extracting files compressed with PPMd or bzip2 requires a compatible Zip file utility. Currently WinZip 9.0 and 10.0 will process Zip files compressed using the bzip2 method. WinZip is required for PPMd-compressed files.
Note: we have published the full specification of PPMd compression support in Zip files, to allow authors of other Zip file utilities to adopt the PPMd compression format as well.

Automation (WinZip Pro only)

WinZip Pro features the 'WinZip Job Wizard', a completely new and powerful productivity and automation tool. The WinZip Job Wizard allows you to create Zip "jobs" that identify the "what, where, when, and how" of virtually any repetitive zipping task. Once you've created a job, you can run it as easily as double-clicking an icon on your desktop, or schedule it to run automatically.
You can use WinZip jobs for periodic reporting, off-site storage, daily data backups, and anything else that you do repetitively.

WinZip jobs are extremely powerful yet incredibly easy to create and use:

  • The new Job Wizard guides you through the process of creating and modifying the WinZip job files by helping you to identify what files and folders you want to compress, where you want to place the Zip file, and how you want the compression performed.
  • You can schedule WinZip jobs to run unattended at YOUR convenience, daily, weekly, or monthly. Alternatively, you can run a WinZip job any time you want, directly from Windows Explorer, from the WinZip Classic menus, or from the WinZip Wizard.
  • You can automatically send the Zip files created by your jobs to remote FTP sites (great for off-site storage or transmitting compressed data to a central location).
  • WinZip jobs even let you specify "Generic folder names" which allow a single job specification to be used by multiple users to create Zip files that are user- and/or machine-specific. For example, a single job file that specifies the generic folder, , always refers to the current user's personal documents folder, no matter where it is located or what it is named. Generic folder names can be used to specify both the location of files to compress and the location of the resultant Zip file.
  • WinZip jobs support encryption of your zipped data using either standard Zip 2.0 encryption or WinZip's advanced AES encryption, and can be configured to use a supplied password automatically or to prompt you for a password when the job runs.
  • WinZip jobs allow you to create multi-volume Zip files of user-definable sizes for easy storage on removable media.
  • Additional optional time and date information can be appended to Zip file names and their locations to allow you to create a different Zip file each time the job is run, so today's Zip file won't overwrite yesterday's.
  • WinZip can create an optional log file to allow for silent operation and to provide you with the detailed results of your job each time it is run.

In addition to jobs that you create, WinZip includes several pre-defined job files for compressing the contents of your most common folders and files, such as My Documents, Windows Desktop, your Favorites folder, even your Outlook and Outlook Express e-mail files.

Zip to CD or DVD (WinZip Pro on Windows XP only)

WinZip Pro now allows you to create Zip files directly on CD or DVD, making it unnecessary to zip first to your hard disk and then transfer the Zip files to CD or DVD. Large Zip files will automatically span multiple CDs or DVDs, if necessary. Supported disc formats include: CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD+R.

WinZip Quick File Selection IconQuick file selection

Do you need to see all of the DOC files in your Zip file, or all of the spreadsheets with names that begin with "July"? WinZip makes easy work of locating one or more files in a Zip file with many members. Just use the new 'Select files' feature to specify a name or wildcard pattern and all matching files will be selected and moved to the top of the file list, ready for your next instruction.

Attachment management support

WinZip supports Windows XP SP2's Attachment Manager by working with Windows to block the extraction and execution of dangerous file types from Zip files you download with Internet Explorer or receive as Outlook Express e-mail attachments. This service helps you protect your computer by warning you of files that might be dangerous to open.

More efficient Zip file splitting

WinZip can easily split your large Zip files as they are created. In one simple step you can zip large amounts of data and split it into smaller pieces for easy storage on removable media or for sending by e-mail.

Automatic update checking

WinZip can automatically check to see if a new version of the program is available. Periodic update checking runs on a schedule of your choosing, or you can check manually whenever you like. When an update is available, WinZip displays a brief description of the update and offers to open an Internet browser window to the WinZip web site.

File Type:IMP compressed file archive
Category:Archive and compressed file
File Description:IMP archives have three advanced features:
  • Two new high-performance compression algorithms: a general-purpose algorithm for normal use, and a special text compression algorithm for high compression of text documents.
  • Most archivers compress files individually, but WinImp can compress multiple files together as a unit for higher compression. Unlike some archivers which compress the entire archive as one unit, WinImp can use several units for large archives, so you don't have to extract the entire archive to get the last file.
  • Complete repair of slightly damaged archives using optional error-recovery data added to the archive.
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Company / developer:
  Technelysium Pty Ltd

WinImp is now freeware. We thank those users who have supported it by registering their copy.

WinImp is a new file archiver which not only recognises common archive formats, but also introduces a new, high performance archive format. WinImp's features include:

  • Extract files from ZIP, ARJ, RAR and TAR archives, decompress GZIP, Unix Compress and BZIP2 files, and decode UUencoded, XXencoded and MIME files.
  • Create ZIP archives, and IMP archives with high compression.
  • Display the folders within archives in a tree view, similar to Windows Explorer.
  • Rename files and folders within ZIP and IMP archives.
  • Drag-and-drop files and folders from Windows Explorer into ZIP and IMP archive folders.
  • Extract files or folders from archives by dragging and dropping into Windows Explorer.
  • Create self-extracting IMP archives for Windows 3.1 and Windows 95.
File Type:WinImage compressed file
Category:Archive and compressed file
File Description:File extension is used by WinImage. Compressed file.
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Company / developer:
  Gilles Vollant Software


WinImage is a fully-fledged disk-imaging suite for easy creation, reading and editing of many image formats and fileystems, including DMF, VHD, FAT, ISO, NTFS and Linux. The disk image is an exact copy of a physical disk (floppy, CD-ROM, hard disk, USB, VHD disk, etc.) or a partition that preserves the original structure. With WinImage in place, you can recreate the disk image on the hard drive or other media, view its content, extract image-based files, add new files and directories, change the format, and defragment the image. All this and more is delivered in one intuitive user interface that enables imaging right out of the box.

The program has many utilitarian uses at home and in the office. As a serious PC user, you probably have tons of old but still useful floppy disks. With WinImage in place, you can turn them into disk images, which can be stored on the hard drive and recreated, when a need arises. In combination with a CD creating tool, WinImage can help you create your own custom boot disk with hardware diagnostic or virus cleaning software to bring a problem PC back up and running without being in Windows. As a hard-disk backup solution, WinImage allows you to save hours and even days restoring a system and configurations on a machine that has experienced a hard-disk crash or software corruption. Along with homes and offices, this ability is a must for training classes, where restoring torn down PC configurations quickly is critical.

File Type:Self-Extracting Archive Utility project
Category:Archive and compressed file
File Description:Project created and used by Self-Extracting Archive Utility.
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Self-Extracting Archive Utility

Company / developer:
  Gammadyne Corporation

Self-Extracting Archive Utility

After putting a lot of effort into your software, it's time to distribute it. Don't spend weeks wrestling with a complicated installation builder when you are so close to being done. Self-Extracting Archive Utility (SEAU) is extremely easy to use, and you can have a professional installation program built in minutes. The installer is self-contained in a single compressed executable file, and runs on all current Windows platforms (98, NT4, 2000, ME, XP, 2003, Vista). SEAU is easy, but also feature rich, with support for uninstallation, multiple languages, interface customization, license agreements, readme files, file associations, DOS batch operations, multiple disk spanning, DLL installation, automated installations, patches, expiration dates, shared files, command line archive building, and much more. Don't stumble over scripts - hit the finish line running!

File Type:PUT compressed file archive
Category:Archive and compressed file
File Description:Probably old file extension! Used by MicroFox Put & Get.

MicroFox Company develops software for DOS, Win3, Win95, and NT. All products are marketed using the Shareware method. Available programs include HDM (Hard Disk Menu), EZ-Tree (Genealogy), LAN Menu, Ahelp Clipper Library, MicroFox Utilities, BBS Access Communications, DOS Menu, Put & Get Compression , SEE File Viewer, FED Forms Editor, MicroFox Baseball Statistics for windows 3.x, and Baseball League Manager for Win95 & NT.
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Put & Get

Company / developer:
  MicroFox Company

File Type:CPIO compressed file archive
Category:Archive and compressed file
File Description:cpio is a binary file archiver and a file format. The cpio software utility was meant as a tape archiver that was originally part of PWB/UNIX, and that was also part of UNIX System III and UNIX System V. However, the use of its Research Unix counterpart, tar, and the freely available versions thereof, are widely considered to be a better solution. cpio's use by the RPM Package Manager and by the Linux kernel 2.6 series' initramfs continues to make cpio an important archive format.
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Linux operating systems

Company / developer:
  Linux Online Inc.


Linux is an operating system that was initially created as a hobby by a young student, Linus Torvalds, at the University of Helsinki in Finland. Linus had an interest in Minix, a small UNIX system, and decided to develop a system that exceeded the Minix standards. He began his work in 1991 when he released version 0.02 and worked steadily until 1994 when version 1.0 of the Linux Kernel was released. The kernel, at the heart of all Linux systems, is developed and released under the GNU General Public License and its source code is freely available to everyone. It is this kernel that forms the base around which a Linux operating system is developed. There are now literally hundreds of companies and organizations and an equal number of individuals that have released their own versions of operating systems based on the Linux kernel. More information on the kernel can be found at our sister site, LinuxHQ and at the official Linux Kernel Archives. The current full-featured version is 2.6 (released December 2003) and development continues.

Apart from the fact that it's freely distributed, Linux's functionality, adaptability and robustness, has made it the main alternative for proprietary Unix and Microsoft operating systems. IBM, Hewlett-Packard and other giants of the computing world have embraced Linux and support its ongoing development. Well into its second decade of existence, Linux has been adopted worldwide primarily as a server platform. Its use as a home and office desktop operating system is also on the rise. The operating system can also be incorporated directly into microchips in a process called "embedding" and is increasingly being used this way in appliances and devices.

Throughout most of the 1990's, tech pundits, largely unaware of Linux's potential, dismissed it as a computer hobbyist project, unsuitable for the general public's computing needs. Through the efforts of developers of desktop management systems such as KDE and GNOME, office suite project and the Mozilla web browser project, to name only a few, there are now a wide range of applications that run on Linux and it can be used by anyone regardless of his/her knowledge of computers. Those curious to see the capabilities of Linux can download a live CD version called Knoppix . It comes with everything you might need to carry out day-to-day tasks on the computer and it needs no installation. It will run from a CD in a computer capable of booting from the CD drive. Those choosing to continue using Linux can find a variety of versions or "distributions" of Linux that are easy to install, configure and use. Information on these products is available in our distribution section and can be found by selecting the mainstream/general public category.

File Type:Compressed disk image file format
Category:Archive and compressed file
File Description:Compressed disk image file format. Developed by EZB Systems (UltraISO). Could be password protected and using compression (saves you more disk space).
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Company / developer:
  EZB Systems, Inc.

UltraISO is an ISO CD/DVD image file creating/editing/converting tool and a bootable CD/DVD maker , it can directly edit the CD/DVD image file and extract files and folders from it, as well as directly make ISO files from your CD/DVD-ROM or hard disk. At the same time, you can maintain the ISO bootable information, thus creating your own bootable CD/DVDs. You now have the power to make and edit your own ISO files, and then burn them to CD/DVD for your own needs.

UltraISO is in sole possession of the intellectualized ISO document format analyzer, it can process at the present time almost all types of image files, including ISO and BIN, it may even support new image files which are yet to be created. UltraISO can open these image files, directly extract files and folders, edit it and convert other image files to the standard ISO format.

UltraISO uses the double window unification user contact interface, you have the choice to only use the quick buttons and/or the mouse Drag & Drops, you can handle any CD/DVD image file easily.

Main Features

  • Can directly edit the ISO image file.
  • Can directly extract files and folders from ISO image file
  • Can add / delete /create new directory /rename ISO file image content.
  • Can make ISO file from hard disk document. Can create CD/DVD image from CD/DVD-ROM, maintain bootable information.
  • Can process the compact disc boot information, you can directly add/remove/extract boot image of the ISO image.
  • Supports nearly all known CD/DVD image file formats (.ISO, .BIN, .IMG, .CIF, .NRG, .BWI and so on) , and converts them to the standard ISO form image.
  • May directly set the file/folder to hidden attribute Supports ISO 9660 Level1/2/3 and Joliet extension Automatically optimizes the ISO image file structure, saves the disc space.
  • Supports the shell document type integration, Open Image files through double clicking them or the Right Click menu of the mouse with the open dialog.
  • The double window user interface is extremely convenient to use.
  • There are rich add-on tools, you can create ALL in 1 bootable compact discs, CD/DVD image file management, even the virtual CD/DVD drive , those functions are really powerful.
  • UltraISO can convert nearly all known data CD/DVD image formats to ISO, BIN/CUE, Nero (.NRG) or CloneCD (.CCD/.IMG/.SUB) format.
  • UltraISO supports more than 27 data CD image formats, including BlinkWrite (*.BWI/*.BWT,*.B5I/*.B5T), CDSpace (*.LCD), CDRWin (*.BIN/*.CUE), CloneCD (*.IMG/*.CCD), DiscJuggler (*.CDI), Duplicator (*.TAO/*.DAO), Easy CD Creator(*.CIF), Fantom CD (*.MDF/*.MDS), Farstone Virtual Drive (*.VCD), Gear (*.p01/*.md1/*.xa), Instant Copy (*.pdi), Nero - Burning ROM (*.NRG), Noum Vapor CDROM (*.VaporCD), NTI CD-Maker (*.NCD), PlexTools (*.PXI), Prassi (*.GCD/*.GI), VCDROM Extension (*.FCD), Virtual CD (*.VC4/ *.000), Virtuo CD Manager (*.VDI), WinOnCD (*.C2D).
File Type:JAR archive file
Category:Archive and compressed file
File Description:File extension used by JAR compression software.
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Company / developer:
  ARJ Software, Inc.

JAR is a PC file archiver that compresses files into a disk-space-saving archive using state of the art archiver technology. It is fast, powerful, reliable, and has a rich set of features (see below).

JAR has a similar command and option feature set to the PC archiver ARJ, but it is not archive compatible with ARJ. JAR comes in a 16 bit DOS version and a 32 bit Windows version.

JAR is not related to the special ZIP archive scheme (Java ARchive) developed by Sun Microsystems.

File Type:Leisure Suite Larry: Magna Cum Laude archive file
Category:Archive and compressed file
File Description:Archive format used in PC Game - Leisure Suite Larry: Magna Cum Laude.
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Dragon UnPACKer

Company / developer:
  Alexandre Devilliers

Dragon UnPACKer is a game archive (Quake PAK, etc..) unpacking tool. It is plugin based making easier to add new archive file formats.

Dragon UnPACKer has a convert ability and raw search function for known material (audio, video and pictures).

Dragon UnPACKer gives you the possibility to see into the big files in games like Quake, Unreal ...etc and extract files to anywhere you want easily.

Dragon UnPACKer can also convert some formats to more common formats.

File Type:ObjectBar theme pack
Category:Archive and compressed file
File Description:Theme pack used by ObjectBar.
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Company / developer:
  Stardock Corporation

ObjectBar has everything you need to build your own unique Windows desktop environment. Every OS has its own way of accessing programs, tasks, and information, ObjectBar takes the best from those OSes and gives you the power to build your own.

ObjectBar also comes with a set of very high quality, easy to use interfaces that can take your Windows desktop to the next level. It is completely customizable.

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