To unzip a compressed file on Windows 7, double-click the compressed file and drag the folder or file from the compressed file to the desired location. To extract all the content of a compressed file at once, right-click... More »

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To unzip a file or folder, right-click the selection and select Extract All. On the subsequent pop-up, select Extract to unzip the files to the location of the original file. This quick process is universal for both PCs ... More »

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Files can be unzipped in Linux using the Terminal, or a third-party application. Unzipping is the process of opening zipped files that have been compressed for storing, uploading or downloading. More »

To burn a CD using Windows 7, you may employ the functionality of Windows Explorer in Windows 7 to add files to an empty disc. Once the process is activated, select the files you wish to burn, add them to the empty disc ... More »

To unzip a file or folder, right-click the selection and select Extract All. On the subsequent pop-up, select Extract to unzip the files to the location of the original file. This quick process is universal for both PCs ... More »

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To encrypt a file in Windows 7, navigate to the folder containing the file and use the Encrypting File System function provided by the Professional and Ultimate versions of Windows 7. Once the file is encrypted, back up ... More »

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Windows has a built-in image viewer called Windows Photo Viewer that allows users to view JPEG files; to open a JPEG file in Windows Photo Viewer, double-click on it and the image is displayed. Alternatively, choose a th... More »