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Thread: Winzip

  1. #11
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    Better to use a freebie, such as 7-Zip[*]IZarc
    IZArc is an archive utility which suports many archive formats like: 7-ZIP, A, ACE, ARC, ARJ, B64, BH, BZ2, BZA, CAB, CPIO, DEB, ENC, GCA, GZ, GZA, HA, JAR, LHA, LIB, LZH, MBF, MIM, PAK, PK3, RAR, RPM, TAR, TAZ, TBZ, TGZ, TZ, UUE, WAR, XXE, YZ1, Z, ZIP, ZOO.

  2. #12
    Join Date
    May 2003


    Originally posted by locustfurnace@May 1 2004, 12:34 AM
    Better to use a freebie, such as 7-Zip
    must say locustfurnace i always used winzip myself but after trying this program i must say im impressed and winzip is out of it, anyone who needs a zip program must give this a try its absolutely brilliant and i wouldnt use anything else now, as far as the younger generation go, my family say its simpler and faster than winzip.
    simply me

  3. #13


    link to some free zip zippers & self extractor tools posted in 1 forum thread

  4. #14


    I like it aswell its midsized resonably easy to use and fast will be even better when it supports spanning/splitting for archives (across multiple disks) which is fairly essential for me,but I must be a bit oldversion using floppies with all the flash memory available,but as no one else wants them theyr free:)

    standalone zip self-extractors

    Zipfusion zip self-extractor
    extract files from other zip archives.
    build a self-extracting archive from a standard zip file.
    unbuild a self-extracting zip archive to create a standard zip file.
    http://www.skaro.net/zipfusion/downloads.html 93kb

    ZIP 2 Secure EXE -conspiracy brain likes this 1
    Create installations that only licensed customers will be able to install.
    To unzip, a user must provide the same password that was used when creating the self-extracting EXE. AES encryption is much stronger than standard ZIP encryption
    http://www.chilkatsoft.com/ChilkatSfx.asp#download 352kb

    SE Maker 852KB
    SE Maker is a free utility for Windows 95, 98 and 2000. This program offers an alternative to using WinZip self extractor personal edition.


    I've been thinking the forum needs a zip selection so here are a few of my picks, really you could try something different every day of the year these are all free and all have something to offer.

    for something bigger with plenty of formats and tools dragndrop try IZArc even comes with fruit if you want!

    JustZIPit small, fast, smart, hassle-free zero-interface means no learning. basic

    QuickZip +QuickZip Lite +(100K_Zipper <<<<minimal)
    http://www.quickzip.org/quickzip/information.php full featured +
    can create a tiny setup program (22kb)

    BigSpeed Zipper a midsized zipper I used to have was stable for me, some unusual features for a zipper, kinda basic like a dumb horse but was fond of it
    extract/view the contents of zip packages online before downloading

    Resizable dialogs- Runs on any computer which has a Java 1.3 runtime- maximum number of files that can be compressed at one time 50,000 files

    Freebyte ZIP
    small- noinstall- featured

    Optimal Archive/register/annoying adsplash screen
    makes zip files look and act like windows folders. Drag & drop files from and to your zipped file and launch applications from inside of the zipped file.

    bloated- features all of them &#33;

    edit: just added SE Maker

  5. #15


    Keygen is illegal.. and most keygens are viruses, its very easy to register your programme using a keygen, but its not worth it.

    PS: If you do use a keygen to register a product, can the company find out? and no, im not getting any ideas&#33; lol :P

    - Joel

  6. #16


    Theres cracks and serials for 9.0.

  7. #17


    Nice alternatives to Winzip SE, I knew there must be some&#33; I already tried that link for winzip se 2.1 but its broken&#33;&#33; Here&#39;s where you can get it : Winzip Self-Extractor 2.1

  8. #18


    Originally posted by guest_seskanda@ May 20 2004, 02:35 PM
    I already tried that link for winzip se 2.1 but its broken&#33;&#33;
    This is why it is best to post that information, with the fix if you have it, in the exisiting thread that had the broken link this keeps the forum tidy and helps the next person that experiences your problems.

    Links will not last forever but the thread remains
    and the list of similar threads continues to grow making it more difficult to maintain or find what you want so by following this advice everyone can contribute to oldversion.com

    This and similar advice is repeated throughout the forum it is not harsh or hard or aimed at anyone in particular but benefits all.

    If guests like to register we have personal messaging for that&#33;

  9. #19

    Default WinZip 8.1 exe

    Hello everyone. Love this site. I revamped and upgraded my comp and of course when the new drive went in I lost a few special programs . . . one was the winzip 8.1 and now I am looking to find its exe. Can anyone help? Thanks . . . I really appreciate this. ;0)

  10. #20
    Join Date
    May 2003


    wooops you missed it on the way in http://www.oldversion.com/program.php?n=winzip
    simply me


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