WinZip 21 released with direct email support

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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A new WinZip version has been released and it comes with some new features and enhancements, including improved MP3 file compression, streamlined sharing and more cloud connection (Pro version).

The WinZip comes in three editions, as follows:

Features that are found on all three editions of WinZip:

  • Compress/Decompress (zip and unzip files in all major formats);
  • WinZip Command Line (using WinZip directly from the command prompt);
  • Encrypt/Decrypt (protect the files with a password and secure them with 128-bit and 256-bit AES encryption);
  • Package and Share (share, access and manage files on several cloud services);
  • Rich file management (access with ease your files on PC, network, home group and clouds);
  • Background Tools (this will remind you about old or unused files which can be zipped or deleted).

Features that are found on WinZip 21 Pro and WinZip 21 Enterprise:

  • Backup and Automate (schedule automated backup to prevent data loss, backup to any connected cloud or even burn backups directly to a CD, DVD or Blu-ray disc);
  • Built-in scanning (scan directly from WinZip and encrypt before sharing the files).

Features that are found only on the WinZip 21 Enterprise:

  • FIPS 140-2 supported (make sure that your business meets S. government requirements for FIPS 142-1 encryption);
  • WinZip Courier 7 (automatically zips and encrypts email attachments and sends very large files to the connected cloud services).

WinZip 21 can be downloaded as a free trial on any computer that runs on Windows Vista or later. The WinZip 21 Standard Edition costs $29.95 while for the WinZip 21 Pro Edition you will need to pay $49.95. As for the WinZip 21 Enterprise Edition licenses, we suggest you to contact the company and get an offer based on how many licenses you need.

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