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When your Mac is no longer the shiny new kid on the block, there’s no shortage of ways to extend its useful life. An old Mac can work as a recipe-storage library, for instance, and that antique.

Zip, encrypt, and share files on your Mac!

WinZip—the world's leading file compression utility—has been reinvented for the Mac! Created specifically for Mac users, WinZip Mac Edition is a simple, powerful tool designed to help you compress and secure your files with the latest in file compression and encryption technology. Now you can zip and protect your files for swifter, safer sharing and smaller storage with this all-new, easy-to-use Mac tool backed by the best in the business!

WinZip Mac Edition 1.5 introduces new functionality and user interface enhancements to make it even easier to zip, encrypt, and share files on your Mac! This latest version offers extended support for compressed file formats, the ability to 'Zip & Burn' to CD/DVD, and the option to resize and compress image files for easier emailing and optimal viewing on standard computer screens.

Want to know more? See What's New in WinZip Mac Edition 1.5 or Download WinZip Mac Edition 1.5 and try it for yourself!

Why Zip Files?

  • Save storage space!
  • Enjoy faster uploading/downloading times!
  • Organize and archive your data in small, manageable packages!

With WinZip Mac Edition's cutting-edge technology, you can:

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Composting software for mac released 1992 movie
  • zip and unzip files instantly using simple drag-and-drop functionality
  • open major compressed file formats
    (Zip, Zipx, RAR, LHA, 7Z, JAR, WAR)
  • share zipped files between Mac and PC platforms
  • create WinZip's smallest Zip files to date (Zipx)

Mac Edition also provides extensive previewing functionality. Blending seamlessly with the Mac OS, WinZip Mac Edition takes advantage of Mac's Quick Look tool so you can browse the contents of a zipped folder before you decide whether to unzip it.

Why encrypt files?

  • Share confidential information with confidence!
  • Secure your archives from unauthorized changes!
  • Protect email attachments from unwanted access!

Working with confidential information? Did you know that when you zip a file, you can also apply password-protection to its contents? WinZip Mac Edition provides powerful AES encryption so you can protect files as you zip them. You can even apply a password to a single, specific file when adding it to a Zip file, without having to encrypt the Zip file's entire contents!

Zip and encrypt files and enjoy swifter, safer sharing and significantly smaller storage—
all with an easy-to-use Mac tool made just for you.

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So what do you do with an iMac? Like almost any other computer, iMacs comes with a number of preloaded software packages, and you can buy many more separately.

iLife takes your ho-hum family photos and movies and jazzes them up into something your friends and family might actually want to watch. Create chic photo albums, or make Hollywood-style movie trailers from family movies. GarageBand, which is included with iLife, teaches you how to play piano or guitar, and if you record your wonderful singing voice, compensates for any unfortunate deficiencies in natural talent.

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FaceTime, another preloaded application, lets you connect to your friends and family in high-def and larger-than-life using that fancy HD camera on the iMac. However, they'd better have another Apple device like an iPad, iPhone or even iPod Touch, or else this software won't cut it. No worries -- Skype or most other free Internet call software will still let you talk to your PC friends.

Most office drones around the world know Microsoft Office's family of productivity tools. While you can get this for the iMac too, Apple has its own set of tools called iWork. This set includes word processing, spreadsheet and presentation software, but no database creation tools. If you're the type to avoid paying for office suites when you don't have to, then consider OpenOffice, which offers a free Mac version of database creation tools compatible with OS X [source: OpenOffice].

So where do you get applications that don't come with your iMac? Why, the Mac App Store of course. Mac App Store is actually an application that serves as an Apple purchasing portal. After you download and install Mac App Store, you can buy things like iWork and other tools, toys and games for your iMac. Apple's big on controlling your experience, so Mac App Store looks and works a lot like the App Store for its mobile devices. Only approved software is available here.

Don't fret -- there's nothing stopping you from getting software elsewhere. Other free goodies you should load your iMac with include DropBox for sharing files in the cloud, Adium for consolidating all your IMs, and Skype for keeping in touch with your friends and family.

Now, let's trick out our iMac with some of the cool accessories you can get for it.