a folder including all files in the folder and subfolders.
can either perform this operation in Windows
Explorer or using PicoZip
compress a folder, including all files and subfolders from
within Windows Explorer, just browse to the folder you would
like to compress, then use your mouse to select all the files
and/or folders. Now, right click your selected files/folders
to display the context menu as shown below.
can add to an archive with your choice of name by selecting
"Add To Archive ..." from the context menu, or if
you are satisfied with the suggested name (Sample.zip in the
above screenshot), then select "Add To "SuggestedName.zip".
In our example, we selected "Add To Sample.zip",
so PicoZip compresses all the files and/or folders you selected.
When completed, you will see the new archive file as shown
in the screenshot above.
you now double-click on the newly created archive file, PicoZip
will open the file and you will see that the file in the "Docs"
subfolder was also stored (highlighted in above screenshot).
To restore this archive file, with all the subfolders intact,
to learn how.
compress a folder, including all files and subfolders using
first you need to run PicoZip. In PicoZip's main window, click
on the "New" button as shown below:
will be shown the "New Archive" dialog box. Enter
a file name which you would like to call your archive file
in the "File name" text box. In our example below,
we named our archive file "TestFile". You can also
choose which archive format to use. The default format is
"Zip", and we highly recommend that you use this
format because most computer users use this format and has
a Zip compatible archive utility. Now, click the "Create"
button to proceed.
The "Add" dialog box is displayed (see below). Browse
to the folder which you would like to compress all its files
and subfolders. After that, enter "*.*" (without
the quotes) in the "File name" field, check the
"Include subfolders" option, then click "Add
With Wildcards" as shown below.
should now be back in the main window, and the archive file
that you had just created is automatically displayed (see
below). To restore this archive file, with all the subfolders
intact, click here
to learn how.
Create Zip file, UnZip file, Open Zip file
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