> Von: Doug <doug_bainbri...@onetel.com>

> tar.bz2 is a linux compressed file, so it won't be any use to you if 
> you're running Windows.

The point of this statement is true - someone who can make use of the file's 
content as intended on Windows won't have to ask how to handle them - but I 
would like to point out that simply packaging a file with tar and bzip2 does 
not make it linux-specific.

Utilities like e.g. 7zip will happily extract (and create) archives of this 
type on windows, too.

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