File Compression

What does File Compression mean?

File compression is a data compression method in which the logical size of a file is reduced to save disk space for easier and faster transmission over a network or the Internet (send by email). It enables the creation of a version of one or more files with the same data at a size substantially smaller than the original file (which we call an archive).

File compression is also known as file zipping.

Common file formats are ZIP, RAR, ARJ, ISO, 7z, …

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