How to compress 1 Gb data to 10 mb

Hey guyz this time Learn Hacking has brought something very interesting for you guyz. Many times our hard disk runs out of space and we have to delete some data or the other for no reason. Even I used to face the problem sometime back in history and by doing some research on the topic, I actually found a working and an awesome way to save my hard disk space.

How effective is it?

Well by this method I converted NFS UNDERGROUND 2 which is somewhat around 2 Gb tb 21 Mb. And same is the case with everything important I wanted to save.

How did I do it?

You are just about to know… Read on.

I used a software named KGB Archiver.

About KGB archiver: KGB Archiver , an open source compression tool like 7zip and UHARC with an unbelievably high compression rate .It uses AES-256 encryption (one of the strongest encryption known for man) to encrypt archives . The disappointing thing with KGB Archiver is due to its high compression rate its minimum hardware requirement is high ( recommend processor with 1,5GHz clock and 256MB of RAM ) and compression and decompression process is time consuming.

Its strength: Very high compression power with very accurate results and no loss of data.

Its weeknss: Due to high compression , the time required to compress and decompress the file is high. High system requirement

From where can you download this software.?

Learn Hacking has already done that for you. Just click on the link given to Download KGB archiver for free.

Click Here to Download KGB Archiver for free.

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