This lesson demonstrates how to unzip zipped Windows XP files.
This tutorial demonstrates how to unzip files using Windows XP; currently, I have no unzipping experience using Macs, Windows Vista or Windows 7 - or earlier Windows systems. If needed, you can find alternative unzipping software Here and Here.
Locate your zipped file, then double left-click it.
And you will see the following (left-side) Extract all files tab.
Now, double left-click the Extract all files tab and you will see the following Extraction Wizard dialogue box.
Then click Next, and in the subsequent dialogue box, click the Browse tab - and find a location to unzip your files to (I chose Desktop), then choose OK. Click Next to start the extraction process - you may need to click Next twice.
Clicking the Browse tab (below) displays a Select a Destination dialogue box, this is where you search for, and locate, the folder to unzip your file to, for example, you may be searching for Adobe Photoshop’s Plugin folders.
After Windows has completed the process, you will see the following dialogue box.
Click Finish to complete the extraction. Because Show extracted files (above) has been ticked, as soon as you click Finish, Windows now takes you to your unzipped
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