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Question About WinZip

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  1. dating101

    dating101 Regular Member

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    If I zip a folder, how do I put a password on it to lock it?

    Much appreciation to all that answer!
     
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    it takes exactly 3 seconds to find it via G:

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    Yeah, I know, but the problem is all of the guides on doing it is for Windows XP. I am running Vista.

    I cannot double click the folder and the n click file and the "add a password".

    Windows Vista doesn't do that.

    I did receive an email from a tech friend of mine a moment ago.

    He says that vista needs a software ran to encrypt folders or to place a password.

    For those running Vista, here is the download link (free) that was just given to me.

    http://www.4shared.com/get/61022936...ssionid=E8327DD2F2892CFB268AB5F47ED3EDE0.dc49