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DGCA (computing)

Filename extension .dgc
Internet media type application/x-dgc-compressed
Developed by Shin-ichi Tsuruta
Type of format data compression

In computing, DGCA is a freeware compression utility created in 2001 by Shin-ichi Tsuruta (鶴田真一 Tsuruta Shin'ichi). DGCA is also a compressed archive format, the next generation of 'GCA'. DGCA has a better compression ratio than ZIP, stronger encryption and Unicode filenames. However, DGCA is not a major compression format.

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  • Tottemo Gohan

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