Do you need to open an IPA file and Windows told you that it couldn't open it? There's a way: DMG Extractor can now open any file with an
.IPA extension, any zip file, and any DMG file.
Today's release includes two minor changes:
This is another fix release which includes some helpful patches.
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Are you having issues opening FAT DMG Mac images on your Windows PC? DMG disk images are usually formatted as FAT or exFAT format when used with shared media such as USB sticks, SD cards or DVDs. Our latest release of DMG Extractor supports MS-DOS (FAT) and exFAT formats. Hurrah!
1.3 includes an important new feature, as well as a change to make registration easier.
UDF-formatted DMG files. Hurrah!
Today's release squashes two bugs that have been hanging around. Sorry, and you're welcome.
This is a minor maintenance release, improving on a few issues arising from
Many users have written to ask for 4GB+ DMG file support, making make it possible for DMG Extractor to open the Mountain Lion or Mavericks OS X DMGs on their Windows PCs.
That support has arrived, as of today's release of version
126.96.36.199. DMG Extractor can now open
.dmg files larger than 4GB, and will also handle encrypted files (you'll need the password or a decryption key). We've also made changes to our interface and improved extraction process and speed. What's new?
DMG Extractor already works on all versions of Windows, but previously it needed .NET 3.5 to be installed. To make things easier for users still on Windows XP, we've made it backwards compatible with the .NET 2.0 framework, which is more likely to be present on Windows XP. Here's our short-list of all the changes:
JPGfiles inside your
Our handy tool designed to extract the contents of DMG files on Windows PC is enjoying a new update today, and we've added some cool stuff:
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