want a freeware zipper


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Dean Martineau

There are a lot of freeware zip-unzip utilities, and I'm hoping to
avoid having to test them all to find what I want.

I'd like to find one that supports use of the keyboard, particularly
the use of ctrl+v to add files to an archive, that uses standard
windows controls, and that allows for spanning multiple diskettes or
cd's. Basicly, I like Winzip, I just hope to avoid paying for it!

Thanks.

Dean
 
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Karen

Dean Martineau said:
There are a lot of freeware zip-unzip utilities, and I'm hoping to
avoid having to test them all to find what I want.

I'd like to find one that supports use of the keyboard, particularly
the use of ctrl+v to add files to an archive, that uses standard
windows controls, and that allows for spanning multiple diskettes or
cd's. Basicly, I like Winzip, I just hope to avoid paying for it!
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I don't know if this one does all you want it to do, but it's free and worth
looking at:

Google Ultimate zip.

Karen...
 
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Whacky Tabaccy

(e-mail address removed) (Dean Martineau) scribbled out in a fit of sanity : ==
There are a lot of freeware zip-unzip utilities, and I'm hoping to
avoid having to test them all to find what I want.

I'd like to find one that supports use of the keyboard, particularly
the use of ctrl+v to add files to an archive, that uses standard
windows controls, and that allows for spanning multiple diskettes or
cd's. Basicly, I like Winzip, I just hope to avoid paying for it!

Thanks.

Dean

Im looking for one as well. Have you checked out freeware version of
powerarchiver v6.11?
or Tugzip ? http://www.tugzip.com/
 
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majstor

I'd like to find one that supports use of the keyboard, particularly
the use of ctrl+v to add files to an archive, that uses standard
windows controls, and that allows for spanning multiple diskettes or
cd's. Basicly, I like Winzip, I just hope to avoid paying for it!

Try IZArc . Its *very* similar to winzip
 
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Steven Burn

Dean Martineau said:
There are a lot of freeware zip-unzip utilities, and I'm hoping to
avoid having to test them all to find what I want.

I'd like to find one that supports use of the keyboard, particularly
the use of ctrl+v to add files to an archive, that uses standard
windows controls, and that allows for spanning multiple diskettes or
cd's. Basicly, I like Winzip, I just hope to avoid paying for it!

Thanks.

Dean

ZipCentral has been my personal favourite for a couple years.......

http://zipcentral.iscool.net

--
Regards

Steven Burn
Ur I.T. Mate Group
www.it-mate.co.uk

Keeping it FREE!

Disclaimer:
I know I'm probably wrong, I just like taking part ;o)
 
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dszady

There are a lot of freeware zip-unzip utilities, and I'm hoping to
avoid having to test them all to find what I want.

I'd like to find one that supports use of the keyboard, particularly
the use of ctrl+v to add files to an archive, that uses standard
windows controls, and that allows for spanning multiple diskettes or
cd's. Basicly, I like Winzip, I just hope to avoid paying for it!

I have tried all those other ones. I like this one the most.
Better read up to see if it does all that you want.
7-Zip
http://www.pricelessware.org/2004/PL2004FILEUTILITIES.htm#A107
(Donationware) (open source: LPGL license)
OS: Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP
Languages: English, Localizations for 41 languages
And it's Pricelessware.
 
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Dean Martineau said:
There are a lot of freeware zip-unzip utilities, and I'm hoping to
avoid having to test them all to find what I want.

I'd like to find one that supports use of the keyboard, particularly
the use of ctrl+v to add files to an archive, that uses standard
windows controls, and that allows for spanning multiple diskettes or
cd's. Basicly, I like Winzip, I just hope to avoid paying for it!

I really like also FilZip
www.filzip.com
 

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