If you are looking for DMG Extractor, you have come to the right place. We explain what DMG Extractor is and point you to the official download.
What is DMG Extractor?
The DMG Extractor is a program that allows Windows users to open Apple Disk Image (DMG extension) files on their PCs. DMGs are traditionally unusable in Windows systems unless converted into ISO or similar Windows-compatible disk image formats or paired with software dedicated to making them accessible on the Windows platform. Thus, DMG Extractor is a cross-platform solution for DMG files that bypasses the usual file conversion step. The specific DMG formats supported include FAT, UDF, HFS/HFS+, Zlib, Zero, Bzip2 and Raw. iOS Beta users can also open IPSW files using the software. The program is also capable of opening encrypted DMG files and extracting their contents automatically to the user’s computer.
The program can be found in two versions. One of them is paid software and the other one is classed as freeware. As with most other freeware versions of paid programs, the free DMG Extractor has a limitation built into it: it can only handle up to 5 DMGs at once and can only process DMGs of up to 4GB in size. It also does not come with encrypted DMG extraction capabilities. Those features are available only for users of the paid software.
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File types supported by DMG Extractor
Our users primarily use DMG Extractor to open these file types:
About file types supported by DMG Extractor
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Last updated: : June 9, 2014