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    Have something to say about UltimateZip 9? Say it here!

    Have suggestions, comments, or need help? Post it here! If you know of better software than UltimateZip 9, post it here! If you know of issues with UltimateZip 9, post it here! Share your knowledge with all of us. :-)

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    Bruce P.

    Can UltimateZip 9 be installed on a flash drive?

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    @dennis Nelson
    RAR is a proprietary format and only WinRAR and programs licensed by RarLab can create RAR archives.

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    Bruce P.

    Is the above in reply to my question?

    I am asking if the program can be installed on a flash drive (i.e., “portable”) or if it must be installed directly onto a PC. The reason for my question is that I have a PC which is inoperable at present and since the software has a 1-computer restriction, I do not want to install it on my laptop when the much greater need is on my PC.

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    I have installed and registered, but the registration does not stick. When I quit, relaunch and go to the Register menu, the product key is not there anymore.

    Yesterday, the registration stuck, although there was no mention of “Registered software”. Similarly, today, I see no mention of “Unregistered software”.

    Also, is it compulsory to type a user name ? Thank you.

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    As most everyone knows, sensible programs do not show the “Register” button or the “Buy Now” buttons after a program has been registered. If the registration expires at some point, then it makes sense to show them when that happens. So, why does a program need to “always” show the Register and Buy Now buttons? In hopes that it might cause you to think you have not registered or paid for a program. Some applications even remove the legally registered values as soon as you you click these buttons. In cases where there is a limited time to register the software, if you click on these types of buttons at some point after registration, you may lose your registration. Any time I see a program not show that a program is registered, and especially those that do not remove these buttons after registration, I start to wonder just how honest they are, and when there are alternatives, I generally lean towards recommending them instead.

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    Problem with Ultimate Zip : it’s not high DPI-aware, or at least not completely.

    On my setup (24″ monitor, 1920 x 1200 resolution, Windows 7 Display at 150 %, Use Windows XP-style DPI Scaling = Yes), the ribbon interface is so tiny it’s useless. Fortunately, there’s an option for a classical menu interface which displays correctly, but several dialog boxes have text which is either exceedingly small, or cropped-out horizontally, which severely reduces usability.

    Workarounds welcome, if any exist.

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    Is it possible to install the program after a week, for example?
    I would work to formate device

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    Sharewareonsale excellent team working efficiently
    Thank team sharewareonsale

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    No Rar means no archives with recovery.. sad

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    Thanks Ashraf for the great giveaway.

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