The software prides itself on its ability to deal with more compression file types than WinZip as well as 256-bit AES encryption (which can be found in WinZip 9.0). Setting up is easy enough and offers a wizard just as WinZip does. The installation is slightly less convoluted than WinZip.
It would seem that compression and encryption are fast becoming the best of friends. BitZipper is the latest in a line of compression applications trying to eat away at WinZip's dominance by adding high-grade encryption into the deal.
The software prides itself on its ability to deal with more ...
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