File Management Compression WinZip Command Line

WinZip Command Line WinZip Command Line 6.0 for Windows

by WinZip Computing, S.L.

Avg. Rating 3.0 (12 votes)

File Details

File Size 3.4 MB
License Shareware
Operating System Windows 7/8/10/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 8,578
Publisher WinZip Computing, S.L.
Homepage WinZip Command Line

Publisher's Description

WinZip Command Line provides a command line interface that gives you the power of WinZip without the usual WinZip graphical user interface. It lets you use WinZip directly from the command prompt and from batch (.BAT) files and script languages, making it ideal for automating repetitive tasks. An extensive set of command line options gives you pinpoint control over WinZip's actions.

Latest Reviews

sajjansinghania

sajjansinghania reviewed v2.0 on Apr 10, 2008

WinZip at one time was uncrowned king of encrypted files. They successfully overtook inventor GZip and renamed encrypted files as 'ZIP' files.

Unfortunately they fail to see writhing on wall (similarly as Microsoft) and still live in world of monopoly. With such dream WinZip has just one thing in mind, suck users try to force things, but they fail to see future.

If they are wise they must change their attitude, give more credence to customers.

One area where they still are strong is 'Help Files'. WinRar has pathetic userunfriendly 'Help Files'

I still love WinZip but will not unless they give up monopolistic mind get more customer caring.

It is impertinent but i wish to mention Microsoft has sure downfall in future, let WinZip not have the same future.

Adi

Adi reviewed v2265 on Mar 17, 2000

Sure it's going to get out of beta. They started their public beta versions after 6.3 I guess. Besides, a beta is not something bad! It's an older version of a program that has added features in which MAY have bugs. I have been a companion with many other programmers and have seen their programs develop over time, and to tell you the truth, there's absolutely nothing wrong with a beta, and BETA doesn't mean BAD.

ned

ned reviewed v2265 on Mar 16, 2000

i love winzip. period. just being able to open gzip is a nice improvement over pkzip. command line is even better, keep adding great features.

Avg. Rating 3.0 (12 votes)
Your Rating
sajjansinghania

sajjansinghania reviewed v2.0 on Apr 10, 2008

WinZip at one time was uncrowned king of encrypted files. They successfully overtook inventor GZip and renamed encrypted files as 'ZIP' files.

Unfortunately they fail to see writhing on wall (similarly as Microsoft) and still live in world of monopoly. With such dream WinZip has just one thing in mind, suck users try to force things, but they fail to see future.

If they are wise they must change their attitude, give more credence to customers.

One area where they still are strong is 'Help Files'. WinRar has pathetic userunfriendly 'Help Files'

I still love WinZip but will not unless they give up monopolistic mind get more customer caring.

It is impertinent but i wish to mention Microsoft has sure downfall in future, let WinZip not have the same future.

Adi

Adi reviewed v2265 on Mar 17, 2000

Sure it's going to get out of beta. They started their public beta versions after 6.3 I guess. Besides, a beta is not something bad! It's an older version of a program that has added features in which MAY have bugs. I have been a companion with many other programmers and have seen their programs develop over time, and to tell you the truth, there's absolutely nothing wrong with a beta, and BETA doesn't mean BAD.

ned

ned reviewed v2265 on Mar 16, 2000

i love winzip. period. just being able to open gzip is a nice improvement over pkzip. command line is even better, keep adding great features.

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