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Chapter 6. Working with Files and Folders > Working with Compressed Folders

Working with Compressed Folders

Really big files can be difficult to move or copy. They're especially hard to transfer to other users, whether by floppy disk or email.

Fortunately, Windows XP includes a way to make big files smaller. Compressed folders take big files and compress them down in size, which makes them easier to copy or move. After the file has been transferred, you can then uncompress the file back to its original state.


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