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Can you recommend good reliable free unzip tool?

Can you recommend good reliable free unzip tool?

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Re: good reliable unzip tool.

In reply to: Can you recommend good reliable free unzip tool?

I use the one that's built into Windows XP (and Vista and 7). Unzips perfectly, is reliable and free (once you paid for Windows), and nicely integrates with Windows Explorer. So it seems to cover all your requirements (and more). Even better: it not only unzips, it zips also!

Highly recommended.

Kees

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(NT) Where is it in the win XP?

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It's called 'compressed folders'.

In reply to: Where is it in the win XP?

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Try Bitser

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Bitser

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Not useful since the Bitser file comes zipped, so if you don't have a zip tool, it's useless.

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built in

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no built in unzip function in win7 that I could find using both Help and Search.

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IZArc

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I'm using IZArc, works fine

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