Though it offers little new functionality this program easily zips and unzips files using a wizard interface. Unzipping the file is then a matter of answering eZip Wizard's questions: which files to extract from the zip file, where to put them, delete the original zip, and create an uninstall script. It's the last function that makes eZip a better choice than Windows standard unzip functionality. The uninstall script helps novice users quickly remove the unzipped files. Zipping a file or directory is easy with this program. Users follow a series of dialog boxes to add files, force unzip directory structures, and add a intro message or password to the final zipped file. eZip Wizard includes a function to split large files into a chosen number of subfiles. The program automatically creates a batch file to consolidate the split file. After the trial period ends eZip Wizard continues to function as a file unzipper. We found the program useful for novices, but the question and answer structure is limiting for advanced users.