WinZip
Old Version of WinZip 3.2
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WinZip 3.2
Supported Systems
Legacy OS support
Windows 95, 98, Me, 2000, XP, Vista
License
Trialware

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WinZip 3.2

WinZip 3.2 (280 KB)

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System Requirements of WinZip 3.2
  • Windows 95
  • Windows 98
  • Windows ME
  • Windows 2000
  • Windows XP
  • Windows Vista
Program Information of WinZip 3.2
Version Name:
WinZip 3.2

File Size:
280 KB

MD5 Checksum:
3d03d3d0ee8cc255e6eed8e9474e9f75

SHA1 Checksum:
94D54AF6C066F02B8FA8A9460E3B26CBDF25B666

Version History of WinZip 3.2
  • Change log not available
WinZip Screenshots
New features introduced in Winzip 3.2 include Built-in ZIP Extraction so that PKUNZIP is not needed for most ZIP extract operations and font selection… More
Winzip 3.2 shows the first launch now uses a the file WINZIP.INI instead of WIN.INI to save. More
WinZip 3.2 option system added the "Optional ZIP temporary directory" entry to the Configuration dialog box. More
About WinZip

WinZip is a commercial file archiver designed for Microsoft Windows users, developed by WinZip Computing (formerly known as Nico Mak Computing). It uses PKWARE's PKZIP format, and can also handle a number of other archive formats. It is a commercial product with a free evaluation version.

WinZip began life around the early 1990s as a shareware GUI frontend for PKZIP. Somewhere around 1996 the creators of WinZip incorporated compression code from the Info-ZIP project, thus dispensing with the need for the PKZIP executable to be present.

WinZip Features

  • Make smaller zip files
  • Explorer style view
  • Automatically split larger files
  • Command line support
  • 128 and 256 bit encryption

Updates : WinZip Updates

Did You Know?

Building on the most demanded features of the whole world base of a lot of millions of users, WinZip has added new features for image compression and management, support for new compression methods, improved compression performance, support for additional archive formats, and more. Users can work faster, smarter, and safer.