You need to e-mail a big file to a client, but it’s too big for either your or their e-mail limits. What do you do?
Easy, you just compress the file and send it again. While once upon a time you needed to have 3rd party software like WinZip to compress files into a zip folder, starting with Windows XP, you have that utility within the operating system.
It’s easy to use:
That’s it. It’s just that easy. Your original file or folder will be untouched. A copy will be compressed into a zipped folder with the same name as the original file or folder but which is significantly smaller in size than the original.