WinZip is software that enables users to send, manage, and share large files through a compression and encryption system. Its offerings include apps for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android, the ZipSend and ZipShare online services, and WinZip System Utilities Suite. Users can zip and unzip files instantly; manage local and cloud files in a modern interface; protect files with banking-level AES encryption; zip and send large files by email; and share to cloud, social media, and instant messaging.
WinZip was launched in 1991 and operated from Mansfield Center, Connecticut with offices in Canada, Spain, the U.K., and Silicon Valley.
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