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    WinZip

    WinZip's latest update takes the industry-standard compression tool to new heights by adding the ability to manage and archive data in the cloud.
    The world's #1 compression software is leading the way in flexible file management. Browse, open, manage and share files and folders on your PC, network or cloud services all in WinZip 20. Open all major compression types, including Zip, Zipx, RAR, 7Z, TAR, GZIP and more. Ensure your files are protected with WinZip's easy-to-apply FIPS-197 certified 128- or 256-bit encryption. The new File Management ribbon lets you quickly open and edit files, create folders, wipe files and folders for secure deletion, and much more. Zip large files so they take up less space in the cloud. Apply PDF conversion, photo resizing and watermarking to files on your computer, network or cloud services. Then replace the original with the converted file or save it separately. Sharing is more versatile than ever with support for YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, and several instant messaging services, including Twitter IM, Office 365 groups, Google Talk/Google+ Hangouts, Yahoo! Messenger and Jabber. Plus, you can browse, access and edit files on several leading cloud services, all from within WinZip 20. The dynamic WinZip interface changes to suit your task, making it easy to find the right files and features when you need them, and you can use WinZip on any touch screen, including the latest 2-in-1 computers and your favorite devices. Experience a flexible new way to manage all your files with protection you can count on in WinZip 20.



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    How to zip files with WinZip:

    With just a few simple steps, you can easily create a Zip or Zipx file with WinZip.


    First select the files and right click and select "Add to Zip File" from WinZip menu.

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    You files will be compressed and shown in WinZip like the picture below:

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    Or you can add the files by opening the software and adding files.
    In the Files pane, select recent files from network, local or cloud services.
    Add the files you want to include to the Zip file pane. The Actions pane will display Save or Share Zip options.
    In the Actions pane, you may choose to save your zip file to any local, network or cloud location; email it; share it in an instant message; or share it via a supported social media service.


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    Note: If you turn on a Convert and Protect option after you add files to your Zip, you can still adjust your Encryption and Conversion settings for all or just some of the files in your Zip.



    How to zip files with WinZip Express:
    WinZip Express Add-Ons work with commonly used applications so you don’t need to launch WinZip separately to zip, encrypt and share your files. Instead, you get quick access to a single dialog that combines many popular WinZip features in one place.

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    Using WinZip Express for Explorer
    Simply click a file, folder or selection of files and folders and select Zip and Share (WinZip Express) from the Explorer context menu to open a WinZip Express dialog. Then select zipping, encrypting, sharing and other features.


    Using WinZip Express for Office
    To zip and share your Office file, just click the File tab in the Office application you're using to find the familiar Zip and Share (WinZip Express) button in the left column of the tab. If you click this, but have not yet saved the file that is in use, the Save As dialog will open and you can save the file. Once this is done, the WinZip Express dialog will display.








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    How to open a Zipx, RAR and 7Zip files


    WinZip can easily open Zipx, RAR and 7Zip files, the advanced compression method created by WinZip to make files even smaller and easier to share.


    To unzip Zipx, RAR and 7Zip files:


    Download and install WinZip on your computer.
    Double-click on the Zipx, RAR or 7Zip file icon.
    That's it! Your file will open in WinZip.


    WinZip unzips the widest range of file formats, including:


    7Z, RAR, BZ2, LHA and LZH, CAB, ISO and IMG, TAR, GZ, TAZ, and TGZ, TZ and Z, UUencoded, XXencoded, MIME, , BinHex, Zipx, And more (of course)

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    How to email zip files with WinZip
    Perhaps one of the most common ways of sending a file is by simply attaching it to an email.




    Here's how to create a zip file and email it with WinZip
    Right click a file, set of files, folder, or combination and choose WinZip, Zip and Email. WinZip will automatically zip your file and launch your email application with the Zip file attached.


    Alternatively, open WinZip and create a Zip by selecting files and/or folders from the Files pane and adding them to the Zip pane. Once added, the Actions pane will display your Save or Share Zip options. Here you can choose to email you file.


    If your file is too large to email as an attachment, even after it’s zipped, WinZip can upload your file to one of your cloud accounts and place a link in your email.


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    How to use WinZip and cloud storage for file sharing

    WinZip makes it easy to share files and take full advantage of your cloud storage. With direct integration with your accounts on Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, MediaFire, OneDrive, SugarSync, CloudMe and ZipShare, WinZip can connect directly to your cloud storage to easily send large files. When trying to send a file too large for your email settings, WinZip will upload it to your connected cloud accounts automatically and makes it easy to share the file as a link. You can also choose to use your cloud storage account right from the start.





    Using WinZip and your cloud storage accounts to email large files

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    Here are the steps WinZip takes when you use Zip and Email to send an oversized file:


    Right click a file, set of files, folder, or combination and choose WinZip, Zip and Email. WinZip will automatically zip your file and launch your email application with the Zip file attached. Alternatively, you can open WinZip and create a Zip by selecting files, folder, or combination from Add to Zip From My PC or Cloud option. If you want to apply any conversions to your files, make your selections in Covert Files As They Are Added before they are added.

    Alternatively, you can open WinZip 19 and create a Zip by selecting files, folder, or combination from the Files pane and adding them to the Zip pane. If you want to apply any conversions to your files such as encryption or watermarking photos, you can make your selections in Action pane as they are added.



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    Once your Zip file is ready to send, select Email under Save or Share Zip in the Actions pane


    WinZip creates a Zip file, checks its size, and if it’s larger than the threshold (the default is 5 MB), the Zip file is uploaded to one of your connected cloud accounts in a subfolder named with the current date and time. If you have not added a cloud account, it’s easy to create one with the ZipShare file sharing service.
    WinZip automatically retrieves the link that’s created and will open a new email message in your default email program with the link included. Just add the sender’s address and click send.
    Using WinZip to send links to files you’ve already saved in your cloud accounts
    When sending large files that are too big to email, even when zipped, WinZip makes it easy to send links to your files instead. Here are three easy ways to try.


    If the Zip file you want to send as a link is saved locally or in the cloud, go to the File pane, open the Zip file and use the Save or Share Zip file options. (Please note, this works when the Zip file is larger than the set email threshold. If the file is smaller than the threshold, WinZip will send it as an attachment.)
    If the file or files you want to send are not already zipped, go to the File pane, select the files and add them the Zip File pane. If the resulting Zip file is larger than the email threshold, it will be added to your email as a link.
    Using the ribbon, click on What to Share and select File(s) from the Cloud. Then click on Email, Social Media or Instant Messaging. You can then select a file or files from the cloud and the link to the selected files will be shared by the method you choose.

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