File Compression Gets Comprehensive With FileOptimizer
Big file size is always a problem for everyone. Whether you want to store them in your PC, burn on a CD or stuck in a USB drive; they will always get their spaces. If you try to zip them or compress them then you will experience quality loss. This is specifically true in different extensive file formats like the MP3, MPP, PNG, PPTX, ODT, OGG, EPUB, EXE, GIF, GZ, ICO, JAR, JPEG, AIR, APK, APNG APPX, BMP, CBZ, DOCX, DLL, MNG, OGV, PDF, PUB, SCR, SWF and etc. there are limited number of programs that offer compression of large size files without quality loss. PNGGaunlet has been one of them that long offered no quality loss till half size compresson. Recently we came across a FileOptimizer program that we find to be more useful than the Gauntlet. The FileOptimizer supports thirty three different extensions for compression and offer no loss in quality. Whether it is a music file, a document, an image, an archieve or movie file, the FileOptimizer will work well with all of them.
The FileOptimizer has a Ghostscript in its system that actually do the optimization. You need to select the file you want to optimize and that’s all. The program itself will inform you about the changes in the file size. The program also supports drag and drop optimization.
Though the FileOptimizer works better than others, it still needs improvement. Sometimes it can perform outright and instead of compressing it may corrupt the file for optimization. We recommend that you always keep a copy of the original file before optimization in safe place. Just in case the program corrupts the file you will still fly on top of the world with your original file version. If you do not keep a copy of the original version, the optimized copy might replace the old copy with new ones. The program usually sends the original ones to recycle bin. So, in case you miss to keep a copy you can check for the original one in the bin. We would recommend the FileOptimizer if you have image, audio and movie files for compression.