In this day and age, there is so much talk about the cloud solution and how you can share files in a snap. Well, that's great and all and I'm a huge fan, but what if you don't want to share your files in the cloud? For example, my mom loves to send me photos of her outings with her friends and my adorable nephews and niece--except that she literally sends out 10 e-mails with at least 10 photos attached to them. So, how can I help her help me, so I don't have 100 pictures, split into 10 e-mails? Trust me, I showed her how to upload photos to the cloud, but she's old school and is not a fan.
We have the the absolute lowest price TurboZip Express has ever been offered to help you get these tasks done and to manage your files more efficiently, and CNET has rated it four stars. For three days only, you can grab a copy of TurboZip Express for just $4.99--a savings of 83 percent off the regular price of $29.99.
TurboZip Express claims to be one of the fastest to zip or unzip files with higher compression (21 levels) in addition to allowing you to edit on the fly. Without even opening the app, you can zip, unzip, or edit directly from the zip files or even add single or multiple files all at once--this goes for not just text, but image files as well. The convenient and colorful toolbar buttons makes archiving a cinch, so you can get the job done faster and smarter.
Here are some key features worth noting:
- Extremely intuitive interface
- Multithreading. You can add, zip, and unzip multiple files just like you would one
- Preview pane. View, print, copy, and edit files without unzipping.
- Leading-edge ActiveX support for PDF, Office, photos, videos, and MP3s
You can say goodbye to unzipping, then editing, zipping it back up, and finally deleting the old unzipped files to ensure that there are no duplicates.
This offer is exclusively available on CNET for three days only. Grab this lowest price ever offered for TurboZip Express and see how it can save you time and money. Offer expires 11:59 p.m. PDT on Sunday, August 28, 2011.