WinZip
Old Version of WinZip for Windows 7
Latest Version
WinZip 18.5
Supported Systems
Legacy OS support
Windows 95, 98, Me, 2000, XP, Vista
License
Trialware
First Release
01 October, 1996 (18 years ago )
Latest Release
09 May, 2014 (4 months ago )

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Version Name
Released Date
Size
D/L
09 May, 2014
(4 months ago)
105.29 MB
30 October, 2013
(10 months ago)
410.89 KB
25 September, 2013
(11 months ago)
414.39 KB
04 September, 2013
(12 months ago)
414.39 KB
16 October, 2012
(2 years ago)
360.17 KB
18 April, 2011
(3 years ago)
16.12 MB
05 November, 2010
(4 years ago)
19.05 MB
13 April, 2010
(4 years ago)
13.83 MB
14 October, 2009
(5 years ago)
13.2 MB
13 September, 2008
(6 years ago)
13.08 MB
WinZip Screenshots
Installing WinZip 15.5 version with performance architecture, streamlined user interface, and file sharing enhancements. More
WinZip 15.5 released with improved destination folder management, open and alter a zipped file's contents directly from an email attachment, WinZip 15.... More
This dialog box contains tabs that control most WinZip 15.5 settings. In order to change certain settings you will need administrative privileges. 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?

WinZip is a proprietary file compresing tool and archiving for Microsoft Windows, developed by WinZip Computing (was named Nico Mak Computing). It natively uses the PKZIP format but also has several levels of support for other compressing formats