WinMount Free Edition
If you are looking for WinMount Free Edition, you have come to the right place. We explain what WinMount Free Edition is and point you to the official download.
What is WinMount Free Edition?
Developed and released by the company called WinMount International, WinMount Free Edition is a utility that is used to manage multiple files as well as disks conveniently. This application is specifically built for Windows-based system and regarded as an alternative to WinMount.
WinMount Free Edition can also be utilized by users as a compression tool. It can also be used to generate disk tools that are virtual in nature. As a compression tool, the software supports formats and sources such as ZIP, RAR, DVD, GDD, MOU, and CD. It also lets users to execute and decompressed archived files and folders.
Virtualizing pre-compressed files is also possible with this software. It means that compressed folders can be mounted to any virtual folders even without decompressing it. The actions and executions are performed using virtual paths so as to save storage space and also to protect any given hard disks. Once this software is installed, subdirectories can no longer be modified or deleted. WinMount Free Edition is also capable of displaying and demonstrating real time decompression which can be performed individually or by batch.
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File types supported by WinMount Free Edition
About file types supported by WinMount Free Edition
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Last updated: : March 10, 2012