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The second new feature is that the extraction dialog has been improved. Instead of just displaying the output folder and offering to customize it, you can now select additional options: Open output folder - This loads the folder the files are extracted to after the operation completes. Delete source archive - Removes the source archive on successful extraction from the hard drive. Open Button - Opens the output folder when you clik on the button. In addition to that, it displays the total disk space on the selected drive and the free disk space. 7-Zip uses different history files for archives extracted using the 7-Zip file manager and the extraction dialog. Easy 7-zip uses the same history for both extraction methods and will display up to 30 previous folders when the history feature is invoked. A fourth change modifies how the background button during file compression works. If you hit background in the original 7-Zip, it will set the process priority to low.
Original article here: http://www.ghacks.net/2014/06/01/easy-7-zip-improves-7-zip-several-ways/
You can select between the file-sharing services Mega or Mediafire . If you don't have a preference, then it doesn't matter. 3. Click the "Download" button on either Mega or Mediafire to download the mod as a .RAR file and save it to your computer. On the Mega page it will look like this: And on the Mediafire page it will look like this: MORE: 5 Games We Wish We'd Seen at E3 4. Navigate to where the .RAR file is saved on your computer (it's named "TheWorse Mod (0.1+fix) for Watch_Dogs.rar"). 5. Right-click on the file, click "7-Zip," then choose "Extract to "TheWorse Mod (0.7+Fix) for Watch_Dogs".
Original article here: http://www.tomsguide.com/us/watch-dogs-hq-graphics-how-to,news-19022.html
Unix tip: 7-Zip to the rescue | ITworld
I googled my way to the answer to the question "Isn't there some way I can extract just the package I need from one of the Solaris iso.tar files using my Windows XP laptop?" The answer was "Yes, there is! It's called 7-Zip." 7-Zip is open source, GNU LGPL-licensed software that supports a extremely wide range of file formats. You can pack and unpack 7z, zip, gzip, bzip2 and tar files. You can unpack (i.e., unpack only) arj, cab, chm, cpio, deb, dmg, hfs, iso, lzh, lzma, msi, nsis, rar, rpm, udf, wim, xar and z files. What I needed was, of course, to download the iso.zip files from Sun's web site, unzip each of them (using 7-zip or WinZIP) and then find and extract the particular package that I needed using 7-zip. No CD burning needed. I found out that I could unzip and extract from the iso file with one running of 7-Zip. Here's how it worked: With 7-Zip installed on my laptop, I right clicked on the first of the Solaris iso.zip files.
Original article here: http://www.itworld.com/personal-tech/59945/7-zip-rescue