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Using the Google Chrome Data Compression Proxy on non-Chrome browsers involves two steps. Set your HTTP proxy to proxy.googlezip.net and port 80. For each of your requests, calculate and inject a Chrome-Proxy header into your request. The Chrome-Proxy header should contain the following string: ps=<timestamp>-<num1>-<num2>-<num3>, ...


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The checksum is a hash of all the bits contained in the file. Windows and Linux/UNIX use different file endings, so creating a checksum on each OS with the same tool will always produce a different checksum, unless you specifically change the line ending. To check if you have the same compression ratio, look at the file size. The might be very slightly ...


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Compress and copy to destination folder Use the following command: 7z a C:\DestinationFolder\file.7z c:\file.mdb Notes: a is add See link below for the full manual for the command line version of 7z. Further reading Command Line Version User's Guide


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I'm running 15.0.5 beta, on Windows 10 x64, and I definitely have gzip as an option. (See below.) I'd reinstall using the latest package.


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Minecraft is a game written in Java that renders arrangements of blocks. Storing the parameters necessary to define an arrangement of unrendered blocks in Minecraft requires a lot less storage space than the way YouTube does it by starting with a video of rendered arrangements of blocks and then using a compression algorithm to make the video file smaller ...


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You mentioned that some of the files are dumped to names like FILE001 as zip files. If the .odt file you are looking for are zipped up, then you will need to use the second command provided below. Assuming the best case, the .odt file is dumped as is and is available as a .odt file, then you can use the first command in Terminal.app to display them. find ...


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I found I had to adapt soandos powershell method to get this to work as expected (I would have added comment, but not allowed to yet). $files = get-childitem -recurse | % { $_.FullName } foreach ($file in $files) {gzip $file}


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In my experience, the most common reason for this is blank lines that are within the used range within excel. Delete any blank rows below the range you have actually used (right click on the left and delete the whole rows, do not just clear contents), if that fails to reduce the size, use a macro like the following: Sub DeleteBlankRows() Cells.Select Dim i ...



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