How to Extract Zip Files in Linux

unzip-files-linux-command-featured.jpgZip files aren’t as common as they used to be when download speeds were slower and every saved byte mattered. Still, it’s a fairly common file type. Sooner or later, you’ll probably have to open one. Depending on the distribution you use, it’s probably fairly easy to extract a zip archive. Even so, it can’t hurt to know some of the more advanced ways you can open zip files and deal with their contents. Related: 7-Zip vs WinRAR vs WinZIP: The Best Tool for File Compression Unzipping Using the GUI On most Linux desktop environments, unzipping a file is easy. Just right click on the… Read more

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