I am not very succssful with zip, or file compression. I urgently need to compress and send from my Acer Aspire One netbook some photos and stuff the recipient can open and have been unable for two days. Open Dcx File. I tried to download WinZip. It wouldn't install and told me there was some problem of incompatibility, error or something like that. I wonder if it has something to do with the windows XP THE Acer uses.
I found this thing called jZip, and that did install and I have the icon on my screen of icons and when I click it, it opens a screen or mask or whatever you call it. And I can get my files on it. (More than that the programme seemed to be rather nosy and got files of mine I had not mentioned and were none of its business, making me worry which of us is in control.) Any way the question is having got so far WHAT DO I DO NOW?
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Real Player Old Version For Windows 7. The mask has File Actions View Help. Then it has New Archive, Open Archive and Style; it had Add, Extract and another View which have gone faint. None of this is self-explanatory about what I do.
Help is absolutely no help. I search for a user manual and found this Call that a user manual!!? Need I explain? Can anyone please point me so some practical document that tells me in a short space what I have to do? Even if you also tell me I should be doing something else, I have this thing apparently ready to use if I only knew how. No need for any program to zip one or more files in Windows XP. Just select the file(s) in Windows Explorer or My Computer, right click, choose Send to and then choose 'Compressed folder'.
Windows XP calls a zip-file a 'compressed folder' and fully supports putting things in and getting things out. But since photo's don't become smaller if you zip them, it's a quite useless thing to do. Just mail the pics. In fact, if you select a picture in Windows Explorer or My Computer, right click, choose Send to and then choose 'Email recipient' (this doesn't work with webmail, but that didn't exist yet in 2002) Windows will offer to make the picture smaller for you. That's much better than zipping as long the recipient doesn't have to print the picture (to print you must send the full 1 to 2 MB, which hardly is a problem if you both have broadband).
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