Jujuba Software Releases Unpacker Modern UI App for Windows 8 that Easily Unpacks Compressed Files

Since the official release of Windows 8 many new apps have been created for the Windows Modern User Interface. Most of the apps accommodate the touch screen functionality for the Windows 8 operating system and extend the capabilities to deliver improved functionality to the end user. Jujuba Software has been keeping in step with Windows 8 app development with the release of their Windows 8 Unpacker app which offers a user friendly way to work with a vast array of compressed file formats. There are many different compressed file formats that are created with a wide variety of different applications, some of which are new and others that are old. This can make unpacking files a time consuming task. The Unpacker application for Windows 8 provides a comprehensive set of tools for unpacking files that are in compressed formats. The app is currently available in an unpaid version and is capable of unpacking files in more than 50 different compressed formats. Read the full press release here.



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