[Contest] Ashampoo ZIP Pro

* During installation, it does not ask to install any extra software or toolbars, even if it is Ashampoo’s own toolbar.

– Here is the first section on the Main Interface, it is the “Applications”:

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– Here is the third section on the Main Interface, it is the “Tools”:

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– When you mouse-click on “Encrypt Files”, this is the Pop-Up Dialog        Box, that will be displayed on your screen.

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– When you mouse-click on “Office/PDF Security”, this is the Pop-Up         Dialog Box, that will be displayed on your screen.

– This is one of the Applications of the Ashampoo ZIP Pro Suite. As you can see, this Application has a lot of Options listed in it.

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– When you mouse-click on “Decrypt Files”, this is the Pop-Up Dialog        Box, that will be displayed on your screen.

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– When you mouse-click on “ZIP Script”, this is the Pop-Up Dialog Box, that will be displayed on your screen.

– This is one of the Applications of the Ashampoo ZIP Pro Suite. As you can see, this Application has three Options listed in it.

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– When you mouse-click on “Virtual ISO Drive”, this is the Pop-Up Dialog Box, that will be displayed on your screen.

– This is one of the Applications of the Ashampoo ZIP Pro Suite. As you can see, this Application has three Options listed in it.

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– When you mouse-click on “Cloud Browser”, this is the Pop-Up        Dialog Box, that will be displayed on your screen.

– This is one of the Applications of the Ashampoo ZIP Pro Suite. As you can see, this Application opens up into a File Browser Interface

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* Now let’s examine the Archive Section.

 

– We see that we have two Options here. One is to create a “New    Archive”, and the other is to “Open Archive”.

– When you mouse-click on “New Archive”, this is the Pop-Up    Dialog Box, that will be displayed on your screen.

– This is the Pop-Dialog Box that results from mouse-clicking on                the above. As you can see, this is the default save location that               it wants to save the archive file to, on my laptop. Your computer         may have         a slightly different location. You can also change this                location to wherever you want it to save to.

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– Here are the different Archive File Formats that you can save your newly created Archive in.

– When you mouse-click on “Open Archive”, this is the Pop-Up Dialog Box, that will be displayed on your screen

– This is the Pop-Dialog Box that results from mouse-clicking on                the above. As you can see, this is the default file open location                        that it wants to open the archive file from, on my laptop. Your                   computer may have a slightly different location. You can also                  change this location to wherever you want it to open from.

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– Here are the different archive file formats that you can open.

* Now let’s examine the Tools Section.

– We have six different Options, in the “Tools Section.” We will

examine each one of them in more detail.

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– When you mouse-click on “Batch Archive Creation”, this is the Pop-        Up Dialog Box, that will be displayed on your screen.

– This is one of the Applications of the Ashampoo ZIP Pro Suite. As you can see, this Application Interface has three Options listed in it.

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– When you mouse-click on “Repair Archive”, this is the Pop-Up        Dialog Box, that will be displayed on your screen.

– This is one of the Applications of the Ashampoo ZIP Pro Suite. As you can see, this is a very simple Application Interface. A place to put   the name of the damaged .ZIP archive file, and a mouse-clickable     [START] Button.

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– When you mouse-click on “Multi-Extract”, this is the Pop-Up   Dialog Box, that will be displayed on your screen.

– This is one of the Applications of the Ashampoo ZIP Pro Suite. As you can see, this Application Interface has three Options listed in it.

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– When you mouse-click on “New SFX archive…”, this is the Pop-Up Dialog Box, that will be displayed on your screen.

– This is one of the Applications of the Ashampoo ZIP Pro Suite. As you can see, this Application Interface is a Wizard, which means that     it will take you Step-By-Step in creating a .SFX (SelF eXtracting      Archive File, which has an .EXE extension name).

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– When you mouse-click on “Archive Converter”, this is the Pop-Up   Dialog Box, that will be displayed on your screen.

– This is one of the Applications of the Ashampoo ZIP Pro Suite. As you can see, this Application Interface has three Options listed in it.

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– When you mouse-click on “Write Multi-Volume ZIP”, this is the Pop-        Up Dialog Box, that will be displayed on your screen.

– This is one of the Applications of the Ashampoo ZIP Pro Suite. As you can see, this Application Interface has three Options listed in it.

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* Now let’s examine one more part of the Ashampoo ZIP Pro v1.0.0 Main Interface. I will call this a “Mini Toolbar”, which is located at the Upper Left, of the Main Program Interface.

– We have three Items listed here: “Internet”, “Options”, and “Help”.         We will examine each one of these in more detail. Each one of these     will present a Pop-Up Dialog Box, after mouse-clicking on them.

– “Internet” will look something like this. Please read the note    attached to this Screenshot.

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– “Options” will look something like this. As you can see, there are 5         Tabs, on the “Options Interface Screen”.   These Tabs are mouse-    clickable.

– “Help” will look something like this. Mouse-clicking on “Help” will     open a Help Document, in web browser that you have set as the “Default” one on your computer. The Screenshot that you are going to see is the Help Document opened in our Default Web Browser,     which is set as Firefox, on our computer.

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