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    .sit files?
    Hi, I have a 12" PB and whenever I download a demo program or file it normally comes in this .sit format. I'm figuring that this is Apple's way of compressing files. However whenever I go to open one it asks me to choose an application. I am not quite sure what to do any help would be apprechiated.


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    StuffIt Expander is the program...should be installed on your computer
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    oh yea I remember now... What happend was a chose to update it and I screwed up I don't think I got it updated correctly. anyone know where I can get it? and if I do do I get it for free again?

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    Here is the link for Stuffit Expander.
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