If you want to share media with other users, the wisest solution would be to archive the files and then provide them for download on your homepage. However, ZIP up large JPEG photos and you'll soon realise your free 50MB homepage isn't that extensive, after all. The problem isn't your archive, it's the compression chosen to compress your media files. ZIP is antiquated technology and wasn't designed to get the most from modern media files. You can compress modern files more effectively with a more recent compression format.
PeaZip 2.1 is an archive manager that will enable you to open, create and manage archives in many different formats, including ZIP, TAR, RAR and many others. You can password protect an archive, securely create the archive and more. There's also a portable version which you can use to take on the road.
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