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Unzip Mac Terminal: What You Should Know

Then, you will be able to find the files or folders inside a ZIP file. How to unzip a zip file in Windows Terminal If you don't want to use MAC Terminal or are already using another program to unpack files in the Windows Terminal Window, then we can help you with these steps: Step #1. Open Terminal Window. Step#2. Navigate to location to unpack files. The easiest way to find the location of the zip file is to right-click the file and then select Format and choose “Unzip”. Alternatively, click the “Open With” option in the Command Palette and choose “Unzip”. Step #3. Type unzip and hit “Enter”. Step #4. The program will display its progress as it unzips the zip file. When the zip file has been unzipped, you will be left with four contents. These are called “unzip.exe”, “unpacked.zip”, “unpacked.zip.LZH” and “unpack.zip.LZH” respectively. The four contents are the zip file in its unzipped state and the unpack.zip.LZH file containing the extracted .LZH file. Step #5. Go to File→Open… and double-click unpacked.zip.LZH file. Step #6. A dialog showing you an option to Extract All Files from the unpacked folder should appear. Select this option. Step #7. The unpacked zip file is now ready for extraction. How to unzip in macOS Terminal (With 2 Examples) If you don't want to use MAC Terminal or are already using another program to unpack files in the Terminal Window. Then we can help you with these steps: Step #1. Open Terminal Window. Step#2. Navigate to location to unpack files. The easiest way to find the location of the zip file is to right-click the file and then select Format and choose “Unzip”. Alternatively, click the “Open With” option in the Command Palette and choose “Unzip”. Step #3. Type unzip — this will unpack the file so if a folder that already exists is opened, it should be unpacked by “unzip” and not be deleted by “unzip -r”. (We're sure you've never actually had a folder opened by “unzip” so this should be self-explanatory.