What does windows 7 use to zip and unzip zipped folders?
Question: I have the desmume ds emulator.I was opening a zipped rom when I accidentally left "Use this progam to open all files of this type," checked.So now I can not extract any of my zipped files.I can't find the program used on my laptop so could you plz tell me. I have 7zip it doesn't work Oh and is there a way to reset it to the normal thing
Best Answers: What does windows 7 use to zip and unzip zipped folders?
living house windows 7 says "compress" rather than "zip". you may open compressed archives immediately with living house windows Explorer or opt for a team of archives and rightclick, deliver to, compressed folder.
Right click on the zipped folder. Select Open With... Then select the program you want to use to unzip. If you dont have a program to unzip, go to www.winzip.com
windows 7 doesn't originally have special software for unzipping files so you should get one yourself. I recommend this one http://how-to-zip-a-file.com after you download choose the folder to install it and remember it. after installing choose any zip file you want, right click -> properties -> associate this kind of files with program -> choose the exe file of the program you installed from the folder. that's it.
Not with Yahoo---Sub-folders are not an option at this time. They said it was "under consideration" for sometime in the future----however they have been saying that for six years, so don't expect it to happen any time soon (if ever).
Well Download for free Winrar here http://bitly.com/1p3Q6Xn If you need to open file zip, rar, 7z, jar and all the other compressed files you need WinRar. Hope it helps.
You need a programm called winzip to open the file, Make a folder for drivers first, then once you have installed winzip, it will ask where you want to unzip to, choose the folder you made before. Good luck
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