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  • 1. Work of Sena<br />Guide of Learning Nº2 (Number Two)<br />Area:<br />English<br />Group:<br />Metal Heads<br />Work Elaborated For:<br />Carlos Quintero Gómez<br />Daniel Mena Grimaldo<br />Daniela Yusti Cano<br />Mónica Andrea Giraldo<br />Grade:<br />Ten - Three (10º3)<br />Work Elaborated For<br />Specialized teachers of the Sena on the topic<br />Teachers of English of the I.E. GABO<br />Delivery date:<br />On October 25, 2010<br />Cartago – Valle<br />2009 – 2010<br />Table of contents<br />Compressor 7 Zip?3<br />Wath is compressor 7 Zip…………………………………………………………..<br />Variants……………………………………………….......................................5<br />Mozilla Firefox……………………………………………………..………….6<br />What is Mozilla Firefox……………………………………………………………..<br />Burning Alcohol 120…………………………………………………………7<br />What is Burning Alcohol 120……………………………………………………...8<br />7 ZIP<br />WHAT`S ZIP?<br />7-Zip is an open source file archiver designed originally for Microsoft Windows. 7-Zip operates with the 7z archive format, and can read and write to several other archive formats. The program can be used from a command line interface, graphical user interface, or Windows shell integration. 7-Zip began in 1999[1] and is actively developed by Igor Pavlov. It is related to a cross-platform port, p7zip. <br />7-Zip is distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License. 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