How to Unzip Files in Linux
Last Updated Apr 7, 2020 12:18:41 PM ET
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.
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