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This lesson demonstrates how to unzip zipped Windows XP files.

Please Note
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.

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Locate your zipped file, then double left-click it.
 


And you will see the following (left-side) Extract all files tab.



2/
Now, double left-click the Extract all files tab and you will see the following Extraction Wizard dialogue box.



3/
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.

Note
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.



4/
After Windows has completed the process, you will see the following dialogue box.



5/
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
files.

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