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First of all, I want to explain one thing: releasing a post for WinZip doesn’t mean AppNee accepts it. At best, it’s to look after the requirements of some Apple OS users. The reason is very simple, likewise as the pioneer and classical documents packaging & compressing applications, WinZip had been completely defeated by WinRAR for many, many years. Plus the free, open-source and extremely high compression of 7-Zip, WinZip has less future. Even it was acquired by Corel Corporation in 2006, WinZip still has no capability to survive in the file archiving field. Finally, it either disappears from the historical stage, or just descends to a bundled software of Corel products line, or derives many trend-following sister products, until finally disappears forever.