Compression ratio on maximum?

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Compression ratio on maximum?

Postby divxmaster » Sun Mar 08, 2015 11:31 am

Hi,
What kind of extra compression does maximum give over standard/maximum speed?
Couldn't find any info on that.

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Re: Compression ratio on maximum?

Postby admin » Sun Mar 08, 2015 12:40 pm

For example, on a 16 GB eMMC tablet, MaxSpeed compression gives only 5 GB free space, whereas MaxSpace gives 7 GB free space, on the default Windows installation. Your actual savings will vary of course, based on the type of files you have installed on your system. Additionally, I would always recommend MaxSpace as processing power in today's world would not justify the minimal speed savings you'd enjoy with MaxSpeed at runtime (after compression). Only if you are in a hurry to compress your disk, would MaxSpeed be justified (as it does compress faster); but even that gap has been closed in recent ZIPmagic updates, with significant speed enhancements made to MaxSpace compression.
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