• Compress Files on MacBook

If you own a Mac, there may be times where you will have to save and transfer files and folders to others. If your computer is running low on hard disk space or if you need to send several files as an email attachment, file compression may solve your problem. Compressed files consume less disk space than uncompressed files, so compressing is useful for making backup copies of your data and for sending data over the internet. Zipping a file creates a compressed archive of one or several files, usually resulting in a smaller file size. Zipped files are used to share multiple files at a time with colleagues via email or with customers on your website. Compressing large files is the best way to conserve disk space. Not only you save valuable disk space, but you also save time and effort when accessing and sharing your files. Uploading and downloading will no longer be an issue with compressed files and folders. For this, you will need a tool that can successfully compress any number of files without any loss of precision. With lossless compression, you will be left with conveniently sized, easy to manage files that maintain all of the original content.