WTD: Unzip multiple zip files


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ms

W98SE

A util to unzip multiple zip files, each into its own folder.

I read an old post that WinRar (timeout shareware) will do this. Looking for
freeware, of course.

I already have IZArc, Power Archiver, WinImp and Ultimate Zip. Don't believe any
of them do this.

Mike Sa
 
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Mel

ms said:
W98SE

A util to unzip multiple zip files, each into its own folder.

I read an old post that WinRar (timeout shareware) will do this. Looking for
freeware, of course.

I already have IZArc, Power Archiver, WinImp and Ultimate Zip. Don't believe any
of them do this.

Mike Sa

7-zip (at least of 4.14 beta) will do that select all the zips
the select "extract to *\" from the context menu.

http://www.7-zip.org/

(requires installing)

Incidently I notice 7-zip 4.15 beta is out.

Regards

Mel (not to be confused with any other mel)
 
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Joe

ms said:
W98SE

A util to unzip multiple zip files, each into its own folder.

I read an old post that WinRar (timeout shareware) will do this. Looking
for freeware, of course.

I already have IZArc, Power Archiver, WinImp and Ultimate Zip. Don't
believe
any of them do this.

Mike Sa

Try Unziplify at http://www.silverbandsoftware.com/tabdown/index.html

From their webpage;
Unziplify provides an easy one-click method of extracting an entire
folder full of ZIP, RAR, and ACE files. Simply right-click on a folder
or drive in Windows Explorer, and select "Unziplify". Every archive
found in that folder will be extracted at once. Its the most painless
way to extract archives yet!

Its not even "as easy as 1-2-3"; its as easy as 1! Once you select
"Unziplify" from the right-click menu in Windows Explorer, the
program launches, creates any necessary sub-folders, extracts all
archives, then automatically closes. All you have to do is sit back
and watch the progress bar speed by!

Unziplify is Freeware. Feel free to distribute it to anyone you like.
 
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Doc

ms said:
W98SE

A util to unzip multiple zip files, each into its own folder.

I read an old post that WinRar (timeout shareware) will do this.
Looking for freeware, of course.

I already have IZArc, Power Archiver, WinImp and Ultimate Zip. Don't
believe any of them do this.

Mike Sa

RipZip will do this.
 
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Duddits

W98SE

A util to unzip multiple zip files, each into its own folder.

I read an old post that WinRar (timeout shareware) will do this. Looking for
freeware, of course.

I already have IZArc, Power Archiver, WinImp and Ultimate Zip. Don't believe any
of them do this.

Mike Sa

Unziplify
http://www.silverbandsoftware.com/tabdown/unziplify/

regards

Dud
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Violets are blue

Most sigs are funny

This one isn't
 
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(ProteanThread)

ms said:
W98SE

A util to unzip multiple zip files, each into its own folder.

I read an old post that WinRar (timeout shareware) will do this. Looking
for freeware, of course.

I already have IZArc, Power Archiver, WinImp and Ultimate Zip. Don't
believe any of them do this.

Mike Sa


TugZip
 
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harsha godavari

Joe said:
Try Unziplify at http://www.silverbandsoftware.com/tabdown/index.html

From their webpage;
Unziplify provides an easy one-click method of extracting an entire folder
full of ZIP, RAR, and ACE files. Simply right-click on a folder or drive in
Windows Explorer, and select "Unziplify". Every archive found in that folder
will be extracted at once. Its the most painless way to extract archives yet!

Its not even "as easy as 1-2-3"; its as easy as 1! Once you select
"Unziplify" from the right-click menu in Windows Explorer, the program
launches, creates any necessary sub-folders, extracts all archives, then
automatically closes. All you have to do is sit back and watch the progress
bar speed by!

Unziplify is Freeware. Feel free to distribute it to anyone you like.

Does it unzip all the archives into one mass grave or does it create a separate
folder (and the necessary subfolders) for each archive unzipped?

Regards
hg.
 
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Mario Alvares

ms said:
W98SE

A util to unzip multiple zip files, each into its own folder.

I read an old post that WinRar (timeout shareware) will do this. Looking
for freeware, of course.

I already have IZArc, Power Archiver, WinImp and Ultimate Zip. Don't
believe any of them do this.

IZArc can do this. Select all the zip files, right - click and click on
'Extract every archive in separate folder'.
 
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Ninou

W98SE

A util to unzip multiple zip files, each into its own folder.

I read an old post that WinRar (timeout shareware) will do this. Looking for
freeware, of course.

I already have IZArc, Power Archiver, WinImp and Ultimate Zip. Don't believe any
of them do this.


The last izarc v 3.5 beta 2 do that.
Select the zip files in the explorer
Right-click
select Extract every archive in separate folder
 
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ms

ms said:
W98SE

A util to unzip multiple zip files, each into its own folder.

I read an old post that WinRar (timeout shareware) will do this. Looking
for freeware, of course.

I already have IZArc, Power Archiver, WinImp and Ultimate Zip. Don't
believe any of them do this.

Mike Sa

Thanks to all. Comments below-
IzArc needs to be installed to have that context option, mine is converted to
executable. Maybe later.
TuzZip is too large for my hard drive situation.
7Zip, I need to work with, but not needed for this as below.
Rip Zip, not needed as below.

Unziplify is a one function program and works fine, does exactly what I needed.
It is a program that needs to stay installed, it does not work properly as an
executable with the Send To menu. It really needs shell integration after install.
There's quite a few install programs I've converted to executables, but not Unziplify.
 
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Joe

harsha godavari said:
Does it unzip all the archives into one mass grave or does it create a
separate
folder (and the necessary subfolders) for each archive unzipped?

Regards
hg.

It depends on the option that you choose. You can unzip all zip files into
one folder or create a separate folder for each zip file. If you have a zip
file with another zip file inside of it, you can have it create a subfolder
for
the other zip file. For example if you have a zip file called 1234.zip with
a 5678.zip folder inside of it, you will get a folder named 1234 with a
5678 folder inside of it.

Joe
 
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harsha godavari

Joe said:
full of ZIP, RAR, and ACE files. Simply right-click on a folder or drive in
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separate folder (and the necessary subfolders) ?for each archive unzipped?

It depends on the option that you choose. You can unzip all zip files into
one folder or create a separate folder for each zip file. If you have a zip
file with another zip file inside of it, you can have it create a subfolder
for the other zip file. For example if you have a zip file called 1234.zip
witha 5678.zip folder inside of it, you will get a folder named 1234 with a
5678 folder inside of it.

Joe

Thanks for the clarification.

Regards
hg.
 

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