ZipWorx SecureSFX 3.0 ZipWorx SecureSFX v3 - converts non-secure (slightly or unencrypted) ZIP files into Secure Self-Extracting Files, that will run and decompress using its self-contained engine.Using ZipWorx SecureSFX, you can add more protection to your ZIP Files!
Description: ZipWorx Explorer Wizard v2.1 - Zip/UnZIP Operations in 3 Steps or less
Using this Wizard you can Zip/UnZIP Files with ease, plus get features like
- Ability to Monitor, Record and LOG current Wizard Operation.
- Create/Update or Schedule Windows TASKs using newly added ZipWORX ZipTASK Technology.
- Ability to encrypt current Task Information File
- Powerful logging information
- Save Log Files in HTML format
The Wizard is a Free Add-On to ZipWorx Explorer Toolkit, version 2.0 and up. However, a registration code is required for Power Features access! We are offering Dual Registration Benefits thru this special release of ZipWorx Explorer Wizard v2.1!
Therefore, there will be NO Additional Licensing Requirement for the Wizard Product.
Only the registration of the Main Application, ZipWorx Explorer, from $14.95, is required to UNLOCK all Wizard Power Features!
Once you register your ZipWorx Explorer copy, this add-on is FREE for UNLIMITED Use, INCLUDING and not limited to all Power Features.
Plus it comes with all the Registration Benefits, so register here and enjoy more features and full support!
ZipWorx Explorer Wizard is a Free Add-On with the purchase of ZipWorx Explorer registration. Starts at only $14.95
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