Windows Vista: How to uncompress (decompress) files?
Compression of files is a good practice and you must frequently compress old files and files that you do not usually access on your computer. When you compress files you save a lot of space and it also makes it easy for you to share these compressed files and folders through emails. Once you compress the large files on your computer to save space on your computer or to make it easier for you to share, do you know how to decompress files when you have to access them? You cannot access your files by double clicking on them like you usually do if the said files are compressed. Compression software also allow you to decompress the files that you have earlier compressed and after decompressing the files, you can access them easily. Do you know how to decompress files on your Windows Vista computer? Here’s how you can do that in a few simple steps:
1. Locate the compressed folder that you want to extract files or folders from
2. Right-click the folder
3. Click on “Extract All” and then follow the instructions given
Congratulations! You have successfully decompressed files on your Windows Vista computer and you can now access them easily!