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For some novice programmers, a good packaging tool can greatly improve their working efficiency. There are already many virtual packaging tools on the Internet, such as lightweight Enigma Virtual Box, Cameyo, MoleBox Virtualization Solution, P-Apps, as well as the famous VMware ThinApp, Turbo Studio, etc. In contrast, BoxedApp Packer has more powerful features and better compatibility. Its biggest drawback, however, is its poor packing compression rate.