Archive for March 7th, 2015

by Tom Nelson

I’ve been looking for file archiving utilities that provide a bit more control over the compression or expansion of files and folders than OS X’s native file archiving utility. I’ve already mentioned a few in our guide to zipping and unzipping files, but today, Keka came my way via a reader’s suggestion, so off I went to check it out.


Image courtesy of Jorge Garcia Armero

Keka is available from both the Mac App Store, where its price is listed as $1.99, and the Keka project home site, which provides a free version of the app, although I highly recommend either making a small donation or buying it from the Mac App Store, to help support the developer.

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