What is Compression

Compression is the process of reducing the size of a file by encoding its data information more efficiently. By doing this, the result is a reduction in the number of bits and bytes used to store the information. In effect, a smaller file size is generated in order to achieve a faster transmission of electronic files and a smaller space required for its downloading.

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How to Convert PDF to Word, PDF to TXT

Step1 – Input PDF

Launch Free PDF to Word TXT Converter and click “PDF to Image” tab. Then click “Load PDF” to choose a PDF file you want to convert and click “Open” to input it to the PDF to image converter window.

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What’s the Difference between PDF and PostScript

Before Adobe’s founders got rich and famous they had worked for Xerox at the Palo Alto Research Centre. John Warnock and Chuck Geschke were up to their ears in page description languages, which are programming languages that describe page content above and beyond the basic bitmap. According to John Warnock, PostScript was designed to be a modern standard for electronic printing, and indeed that is precisely what it became.

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