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Old 05-15-2017, 05:20 AM   #1
Andrew B.
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Default Extract Zips in Multiple Folders (Win)

How does one extract zips in multiple folders? There are tutorials on the Internet that answer this question by telling people to move all the zips into one folder. Well, then, if you do that you are no longer extracting zips in multiple folders.

What I want to do is extract zips in multiple folders while they are in those multiple folders and also so the results remain in those multiple folders. For this I use ExtractNow. The latest version doesn't offer to install other software during setup, and so now I don't have to worry about my AV software attacking it. The one problem I have is it won't let me drag folders into the interface, even though it's supposed to do that. So I just navigate to the folder from within ExtractNow. This problem is covered on the site and has something to do with administrative rights.

http://www.extractnow.com

   
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