I was just reading a thread in the Security forum about the critical updates for 2003. One of them was updating the Winzip. My question is, how do I know what version of Winzip I have? I know I DO have it, because I have unzipped several things. . I've looked, but I can't find a folder or anything for it. The page for the update said to direct it to install overtop of the existing Winzip folder, but I don't know where that is?
I checked the Windows Update site, and it didn't give me a critical update, so does this mean that I have, in fact, got the updated version of Winzip?
I just got a new computer with Windows XP on it, and I just assumed that whatever it was that opened the zipped files was WinZip. On my old one, with Windows 98, I had to download a WinZip to open that stuff, on this one, I didn't, it was already there, so I just assumed it was WinZip.
When I right click on a zipped file, I have an option that says "extract all files." That looked like what it used to say on my old computer, too, though, which is why I thought it was still WinZip.
I didn't even know there was "something else" that would unzip files!
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