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asked on 31st Oct 2011 | 3 Answers | Answer It!
To compress all files and sub-folders inside a folder, right click on the folder in Windows Explorer. To compress a file, right click on the file in Windows Explorer. After that, choose “Send To”. And when sub-menu comes out, click and select “Compressed (zipped) Folder”. Windows will now compress all the contents inside the folder or the file and create a compressed folder, more commonly known as zipped file. Rename the compressed folder to your desired name, and if you want, delete the original file or folder.
To compress multiple files and/or multiple folders, just launch the Windows Explorer, and select all the files and folders (sub-folders will be included automatically) by holding the Ctrl key while clicking. If you want to select files and folders that listed continuously, just holding the Shirt key, select the first item and the last item, and all items between them will be selected. Once selected, again, right click and click on “Send To”, and then “Compressed (zipped) Folder”. The name of the compressed folder will be based on the first file been compressed, so locate it and rename it to something meaningful. Delete the original files if you want.
How to Password Protect Compressed Folder: If you want to enhance the security and do not want others to view the contents of your compressed folder, you can assign password to the compressed folder or zip file. Locate your compressed folder or zip file in Windows Explorer or My Computer, then open the folder by double clicking on it. From the File menu, choose “Add a password…” (Encrypt in Windows Me), and key in your password twice then click on OK.
Note that all of the files in compressed folder are password-protected at the time of encryption or password adding. Any subsequent files will not be password-protected, to password protect subsequent files, the password needs to be removed and added again.
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In that case, you can use a password reset disk to reset or recover the forgotten Windows password. Here we introduce a simple tutorial for you when forgot windows password. Burn a password reset CD/DVD with Anmosoft Windows Password Reset Software. This method can be applied to all situations, no matter you can log on PC or locked out of computer.
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