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    JuanBroadway
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    ?? alternatives to winzip


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    I regularly use Power Archiver - works great with just about any compressed archive you come across.

    WinRAR is another good one. Not only does it compress to RAR (much better packing and more secure password protections), it also handles ZIP files and several others.
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    WinAce is a great alternative. You can even compress files in .ace format which is even more compact than .zip files. Then you can split them into smaller pieces. But if you need to use zip files, you can do this too. I highly recommend it.
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    I recommend Winace too.



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    velcro2000
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    Go to downloads.com ,plenty of free stuff there!



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    douggrz
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    definitely go with either winace or winrar, both of those are better than winzip.
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    i like winrar better then winace but those two are definaltly better than winzip
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    Try Stuffit Deluxe, it can compress files up 4% of their original size! But it really only works with the Macintosh Operating System. Sorry Windows users!



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    winrar all the way..
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    strummer
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    I also only use winrar is seems to handle any archived file you throw at it.



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    sepehrs
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    I find that Winrar is also very good. but winzip does the job most times.



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    for me, winrar's compression are very stable. the archived files are seldom corrupted.
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    um there's another program called JZip...
    limited features though
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    bswail123
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    everyone uses winrar because it can uncompress many diff formats instead of having to get like 4 diff programs



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    errol41
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    I actually like winzip its pretty good and handles most of your general windows requirement but winrar is a more serious tool.



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