zip-files are just plain normal ordinary files, which happen to have a zip-extension, not doc or txt or exe.
So delete them the same way as you would delete any file. In Explorer select the file (single click), then press del if you want to save them in the recycle bin, or shift-del if you want them totally removed immediately.
Am I missing something?
I have Windows 98, 933Mhz, 128 Ram, 60gig HD, Internet
Explorer v 6.0.2800.
How can I delete Zip Files that I no longer want. I notice them when I'm running utilities and they seem to be building up on my system. I would like to delete some of them.I seem to be unable to successfully delete them within Zip Files itself. No wonder as I think I no enuff about my computer to be dangerous!
Any help on this matter would be very much appreciated.