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PostPosted: 24 Mar 2013 7:48 
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The art of compressing a big batch of files to one smaller and easier to manage file is known as zipping. The Zip file format has been a popular method of archiving and compressing data. For example, if you have 45 word documents with a combined size of 4MB, zipping them using Windows 8 Zip will create a smaller file with a total size of 1MB or less. All you need to know is how to zip many files and un-zip any zipped files.
Zipping
Windows 8 zip can be used to zip a folder or file by opening the File Explorer. This is done by swiping the right edge screen and tapping search. If you are using a mouse, place the mouse pointer to the right-upper corner of the screen, move the pointer down and click search. Enter File Explorer in the search box, click or tap Apps, and finally click or tap File Explorer
Choose the folder or file you want to zip, click or tap the Share tab and finish by clicking or tapping Zip. If you are zipping a number of files or folders, it is prudent to create a folder, name it and move the files or folders you want to zip into the new folder. In the same location, you will find a new compressed folder or file has been created. This is your zipped folder or file.
Un-zipping
Zipped folder(s) and file(s) can be unzipped using Windows 8 Zip by opening the File Explorer. This is done by swiping the right edge screen and tapping search. If you are using a mouse, place the mouse pointer to the right-upper corner of the screen, move the pointer down and click search. Enter File Explorer in the search box, click or tap Apps, and finally click or tap File Explorer.
Un-zipping compressed files or folders in using Windows 8 Zip can be done using two methods; you can choose to extract individual folders or files, or extract everything in a compressed folder. For individual folders or files extraction, open the compressed folder. Select the folders or files you want to extract and drag them to a new location. For a complete extraction of a compressed folder, click or tap the Compressed Folder Tools tab and click or tap Extract all. These are the simplest steps you can use to un-zip and zip files or folders using Windows 8 Zip.

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PostPosted: 01 Jun 2013 1:41 
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Hello and thank you for the great tutorial. I didn't know that Windows 8 can do that. Also I didn't know that zipping some word documents will greatly reduce their dimension. Thank you!.

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I also want to thank emilyobk for sharing the steps on how zip and unzip files or folders using Windows 8 Zip. It's a big help for me:)


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it's very simple just click right button on which file you want to zip and then send to "compressed (zipped) folder that's ok


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Zipped folder(s) and file(s) can be Cheap WOW Gold unzipped using Windows 8 Zip by opening the File Explorer. This is done by swiping the right edge screen and tapping search. If you are using a mouse, place the mouse pointer to the right-upper corner of the screen, move the pointer down and click search. Enter File Explorer in the search box, click or tap Apps, and finally click or tap File Explorer.


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