Squish II Review (Current Notes)
This is my April 1994 review of Trace Technologies’ Software’s Squish II app, which compresses executables to save space on drives. This mattered more in the early 1990s when hard drive space was limited. I remember I only had a 105MB hard drive and it had cost hundreds of dollars ($400+)!
Today this does not really matter as much since you can get a device that uses SD cards as hard drives, such as the UltraSatan (I have one and will be writing about it in a future post). Although HD space is no longer a problem, it’s interesting to read about how this worked back then.
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