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Compress Files and Folders in Windows XP

Running out of room on your hard disk? Need some extra space to install a new program? Don't worry, Windows XP comes to the rescue. Both Windows XP Professional and Home Edition now include a zip compression utility that you can use to compress files and folders on your hard disk.

To compress a file or folder:

• Right–click the file or folder.

• Point to Send To.

• Then click Compressed (zipped) Folder.

This will make a compressed folder, identified by a zipper icon, which displays the same name as the file you compressed.

You can also make a compressed folder from scratch, by following these steps:

• Right–click the desktop.

• Point to New.

• Click Compressed (zipped) Folder.

• Open the new compressed folder and drag files inside that you would like compressed.



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