797957 wrote:no idea, i don't do c# programming. and, your question is most likely really: "does java default to a higher compression level than c#".
Does java provides a better compression than C#?
Btw what is faster compression vs. better compression?meaning, does the code spend more time/effort trying to compress the data (slower but better compression) or less time/effort trying to compress the data (faster but worse compression). most compression algorithms allow you to control this tradeoff depending on whether you care more about cpu time or disk/memory space.