Nevertheless its also great because it doesnt install some kind of driver/daemon to do its magic but simple relying on the OS own decompressor, those its quite unlikely that it cause trouble. It also speeds up things when you use SSD's, although this isnt its real purpose there given the fact that most SSD's are anyway "supercharged" compared to HDD
As you can see, its a matter of fact that all depends on the user-profile, for me, the compression ratio and saved space is what I need
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