|20 Jul 2013||#1|
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Compressed (zipped) folder problem?
When I right-click a 13.2 MB MP3 file and send it to a compressed (zipped) folder, the compressed folder is 13.1 MB--pretty much the same size as the original document. Shouldn't there be more compression that takes place? I get the same results when I create a compressed folder on the desktop and drag files to it.
Similarly, when I create a compressed file on the desktop and drag a 4.11 MG PDF file, a 1.89 MG jpg file, and a 936 KB .doc file to it, the .zip file is 6.87 MG with the full-file sizes totaling 6.936 MB.
What, then, is the point of sending a file to a compressed folder? Shouldn't there be more compression? How do I ensure that this feature is working correctly?
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