Create a zip archive for each selected folder, even with filters to exclude files, using MyZippa
If you need to compress several (and many) folders, MyZippa can do this (and more). Note that AVG or Comodo may give an alert, but the program is clean, and other antivirus applications testify for that, such as Malwarebytes, Avast, Kaspersky, McAfee, Microsoft, SuperAntiSpyware, and more.
This is a batch archive creation utility. If you find yourself archiving the same folders frequently and selecting the same options, MyZippa will save you hours of time. Once you’ve added all your folders and selected your archiving options, you can save them to a profile. Profiles can be quickly loaded and run. You can have as many profiles as you like. If, for example, you need to archive hundreds or even thousands of folders, or if you try to backup all the .INI and .CFG files on your system but excluding those in a few folders, MyZippa is a must.
Features at a glance: Drag and drop from explorer for quick folder additions or use MyZippa’s own integrated explorer; Several archive file naming methods; Can create an archive per selected folder or combine all selected folders into one archive file; Multiple include and exclude masks for file selection; FTP capability to upload created archives to an FTP server; FTP site manager for maintaining multiple FTP server profiles; Works with UNC network paths; Execute external applications after task is complete; Complete control over each selected folder, including archive name, masks and destination folder.
In case you face problems with the created archives, e.g. you receive a message when you try to open them, that they cannot be opened “as archives”, try changing MyZippa preferences to have the program bypass its internal compression engine and use the engine of some other archiving utility. MyZippa co-operates with WinZip, WinRar, and 7z.