That's the method available on almost all Microsoft supplied installs.
Some GUI ZIP programs support .CAB, but you need to select one since there must be over a dozen out now.
I am trying to undelete buried files. I have run undelete and grep. I have gotten results that have .CAB extension, but I do not know how to open them -- also, the location of the archive that holds them is very vague. Can anyone enlighten me?
The OS is Windows Me.
Try "IZArc" freeware available at:
IZArc does support .CAB compression and over 3 dozen other compression and encryption formats.
According to Nonags, which rates it 6 Duckies (out of 6): "IZArc provides support for most compressed and encoded files, as well as access to many powerful features and tools. It allows you to drag and drop files from and to Windows Explorer, create and extract archives directly in Windows Explorer, create multiple archives spanning disks, creating self-extracting archives, repair damaged zip archives, converting from one archive type to another, view and write comments and many more."
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