If you are looking for WoopieZIP, you have come to the right place. We explain what WoopieZIP is and point you to the official download.
What is WoopieZIP?
WoopieZIP is a freeware that is used to both compress and decompress files of different sizes. It is developed by a Japanese software company called Accessport. Its main functionality is its high compression ratio that is compatible with 40 different file formats.
The software is designed to be used by both beginners and experts. The archiving of documents only takes seconds. It also has built-in protection, so you need to worry about losing data or having your files corrupted by the system. If you have multiple archive folders on your computer, you can still use WoopieZip as it is also designed to help your search for documents. It has a self-extracting capacity that supports 3 different files, namely zip, 7z, and exe. The software's compression method comes in 4 different modes, namely speed-oriented, quality-oriented, no compression necessary, and the standard mode.
Security is also one of the key features of this software. The program lets you assign passwords or number codes to each compressed folder you create so that you alone can decompress the folder whenever necessary. To download the software, you should be working with Windows Vista, XP, and 7.
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File types supported by WoopieZIP
Our users primarily use WoopieZIP to open these file types:
About file types supported by WoopieZIP
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Last updated: : July 7, 2013