Old Version of WinZip 12.0
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WinZip 12.0
Supported Systems
Legacy OS support
Windows 95, 98, Me, 2000, XP, Vista
Release Date
10 September, 2008 (13 years ago )

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System Requirements of WinZip 12.0
  • Windows 2000
  • Windows XP
  • Windows XP x64
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows Vista x64
Program Information of WinZip 12.0
Version Name:
WinZip 12.0

File Size:
10.03 MB

Released Date:
10 September, 2008 (13 years ago)

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Version History of WinZip 12.0
WinZip® 12.0 makes it easier than ever to work with Zip files and other popular archive formats and adds functionality to improve performance for both home- and corporate users. Highlights are:
  • New features and enhancements for photo…

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Winzip 12.0 improved performance and compatibility now in addition to the new JPEG Compression, Winzip 12 adds the powerful LZMA compression method that… More
WinZip 12.0 version remains fully compatible with the original file format and uses the original format whenever possible. WinZip 12.0 uses the 64-bit… 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

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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