How to unzip a downloaded file

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I have a zipped up downloaded file on my desktop and I want to burn it onto a CD as an unzipped file.

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Windows 7 acer laptop

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  • jinteik
    you can try to use 7zip to unzip the items inside the zip file and then burn those items to your cd
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  • TomLiotta
    In Win7, you should be just to right-click and select 'Extract all...'. -- Tom
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  • jackieserver
    I use 7zip to extract files, i can handle lot of things. But with a standard .rar or .zip windows can extract it by using the right click-menu and extract all. After that you can burn it with a normal cd burner
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