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ExpressZIP for Windows

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Key Details of ExpressZIP

  • Create standard and self-extracting ZIP files and send them via e-mail.
  • Last updated on 6/4/2018
  • There have been 1 updates
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)

Editors' Review

Download.com staff

This program helps you create standard and self-extracting ZIP archives. After a quick installation, you can automatically launch ExpressZIP and start working. The main window resembles WinZip. When you click the New button, the software opens a wizard that guides you through the creation process. While you're dropping files into the new ZIP archive, you can choose to replace files of the same name, refresh existing files, or update files of the same name. You can set the compression from None to Low, Medium, or Maximum. You can even protect the file with a password. The software can e-mail your archive through your mail client or immediately burn it to a CD or DVD. You can view files in the archive by selecting them, then clicking the View button. The program offers to scan files for viruses and to transform the final file into a self-extracting EXE. The useful interface and easy-to-understand menu contribute to ExpressZIP's performance, making it suitable for all users.

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Full Specifications

September 12, 2005
Latest update
June 4, 2018
Operating System
Windows NT, Windows ME, Windows 10, Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows XP, Windows 95
Additional Requirements
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Developer's Description

Create standard and self-extracting ZIP files and send them via e-mail.

ExpressZIP features all the powerful ZIP tools you'll ever need in an easy-to-use and attractive interface and comes complete with built-in wizards to walk you through creating ZIP and EXE (self-extracting) archives.