KGB Archiver

KGB Archiver 1.2

Free
KGB Archiver 1.2 is a file utility tool that compresses and decompresses files
4.0  (74 votes)
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KGB Archiver 1.2 is a file utility tool that compresses and decompresses files.
This great compression tool compresses files with a high compression rate. Besides it encrypts the files with the AES-256 encryption to make secure the compression. It allows compress and decompress zip files also and associated this archives with KGB Archiver. It also allows creating the explorer context menu and with a simple right click’s mouse button you can show the option over any file or folder. It allows Multilanguage.
Its GUI is very simple and easy to use. There is only a single window with 3 options (Compress, Decompress and Customize Options), just choose the option that you need to do and this window will show the information related to execute the action that you want to perform.
Its installation process is very easy to perform and no additional libraries or programs are needed. There is no documentation on the software or its website; however there is a FAQ section on its website.
KGB Archiver recommends the following hardware to work properly: a processor with 3.0 GHZ and 1.5GB in RAM memory. It works in Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 platforms.

Ricardo Zayola
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Pros

  • KGB Archiver is a good compression tool with a great compression rate and it encrypts the compressed files

Cons

  • Once you selected an option there is no way to return to the options screen; you need to press Cancel button and open again the program

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Guest

Guest If someone can invent a way to compress and decompress using KGB in real time via hardware... it would be possible to move lots and lots of terabytes without any effort.

Hardware companies should improve this kind of things. Why increase our broadband connections or why use bigger and bigger hard drivers instead of using real time compression?

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Guest It is ridiculous as KGB Archiver takes about 7-8 hours to decompress only 600mb.

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SoumYa RanJan

SoumYa RanJan New technology should renew this tool so that it can have maximum compression with minimal resource requirements.

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