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i wanted to ask if someone knows how to avoid WinZip deleting all zip files on my hard drive.
upon uninstall (i now use 7-zip which is much better and not one of those numerous crap trials)
it tells me the following:
The ''Uninstall WinZip'' procedure will: folder
*Remove WinZip Program files from the C:\Program Files\WinZip\ folder
*Remove the Winzip program group
*Remove WinZip registry and INI entries
*Remove WinZip files <---- i do NOT want this!
so how to avoid?
i was trying to rename all winzip files (153 files) to 7z but it takes a heck load of time.
so does someone know a faster way?
it still doesn't change the extension. because winzip will delete all files with this: example.zip i need something to avoid winzip from deleting these files, and with changing the extension it can't find the files to delete and thinks there are no .zip files on the pc. that's what i thought. or did i miss something? btw my OS is windows XP Professional.