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I don't know why it doesn't install onto your MDD Mac tho'. My test Mac is an iBook G4 running Mac OS X 10.4.11 I used the built-in Mac archive tool (BOMArchiveHelper.app) to extract the folder's content and installing from the.pkg took less than 1 minute. It launches and runs fine here.

  • The Unarchiver is a much more capable replacement for 'BOMArchiveHelper.app', the built-in archive unpacker program in Mac OS X. The Unarchiver is designed to handle many more formats than BOMArchiveHelper, and to better fit in with the design of the Finder.
  • The MacOS X executable for.zip files is called “Archive Utility.app” in 10.5, and IIRC it was called BOMArchiveHelper in 10.4. Either of these apps should appear automatically as a choice when you Get Info and change the “Open With” popup.

ZIP is an archive file format that supports lossless data compression. A ZIP file may contain one or more files or folders that may have been compressed. The ZIP file format permits a number of compression algorithms. The format was originally created in 1989 by Phil Katz, and was first implemented in PKWARE, Inc.'s PKZIP utility, as a replacement for the previous ARC compression format by Thom Henderson. The ZIP format is now supported by many software utilities other than PKZIP. Microsoft has included built-in ZIP support (under the name 'compressed folders') in versions of Microsoft Windows since 1998. Apple has included built-in ZIP support in Mac OS X 10.3 (via BOMArchiveHelper, now Archive Utility) and later. Most free operating systems have built in support for ZIP in similar manners to Windows and Mac OS X.

ZIP files generally use the file extensions '.zip' or '.ZIP' and the MIME media type application/zip. ZIP is used as a base file format by many programs, usually under a different name. When navigating a file system via a user interface, graphical icons representing ZIP files often appear as a document or other object prominently featuring a zipper.

ZIP is one of the most widely used compressed file formats. It is universally used to aggregate, compress, and encrypt files into a single interoperable container. No specific use or application need is defined by this format and no specific implementation guidance is provided. This document provides details on the storage format for creating ZIP files. Information is provided on the records and fields that describe what a ZIP file is.

Open/Extract ZIP File on Windows

To open/extract ZIP file, you can use Windows built-in feature, or use a more professional freeware. It's Easy 7-Zip. The Easy 7-Zip is an easy-to-use version of 7-Zip. The open source freeware keeps all features of 7-Zip and adds a few useful features that makes the software more user-friendly.

Easy 7-Zip works on Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/2008/2003/XP/2000 (both 32-bit and 64-bit compatible).

  1. Free Download Easy 7-Zip
  2. Install Easy 7-Zip by step-by-step instructions
  3. The installation will associate ZIP with Easy 7-Zip automatically
  4. Double-click on ZIP file to open ZIP file with Easy 7-Zip

  5. You will see files or folders within the ZIP file then, click button Extract to extract the ZIP file.
  6. Alternatively, Right-click on ZIP file on Windows Explorer

  7. And then, choose Extract files..., Extract Here, or Extract to 'folder' to extract the ZIP file.
  8. Done

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Open/Extract ZIP File on Mac

To open/extract ZIP file on Mac, you can use B1 Free Archiver. B1 Free Archiver is a free software for creating archive folder and extracting archive file. B1 Archiver works on all platforms - Windows, Linux, Mac and Android. The freeware supports most popular formats including ZIP.

B1 Free Archiver is compatible with:

  • Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks
  • Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion
  • Mac OS X 10.7 Lion
  • Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard

Open/Extract ZIP File on Linux

You need to install unzip. unzip lists, tests, or extracts files from a ZIP archive. The default behavior (with no options) is to extract into the current directory (and subdirectories below it) all files from the specified ZIP archive. A companion program, zip, creates ZIP archives; both programs are compatible with archives created by PKWARE's PKZIP and PKUNZIP, but in many cases the program options or default behaviors differ.

Install unzip on CentOS and Fedora

# yum install unzip

Install unzip on Debian and Ubuntu

$ sudo apt-get install unzip

Extract a ZIP file on Linux

$ unzip sample.zip

Extract to a particular destination directory, you can use:

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$ unzip sample.zip -d <destination_directory>
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The Unarchiver Editor's Review

The Unarchiver is a simple tool that unpacks compressed files.
This is a strong alternative to the StuffIt Expander, rather than an alternative for BOMArchiveHelper as the producer states. Since they are both free, you may use both applications.
The program has a wide support for various compressed types. You can unpack file types like ZIP, RAR, 7-ZIP, or StuffIt archives, as well as MacBinary files, etc. The support for these file types is good and if the archive is not corrupt, you can get the right output.
I like about the program the fact that it's fast. I am not talking about the unpacking speed, which depends on your CPU processing power and the type of the archive. However, I am talking about the startup speed of the program. With StuffIt, the whole process is a little bit slower because StuffIt has a slow startup.
I didn't like that it doesn't have the support for some archive file types. I remember that yesterday I had to unpack something in a hurry and The Unarchiver couldn't do it. I had to use StuffIt. For this reason maybe is best to have both applications on your Mac.
Pluses: it has a fast startup speed and a nice configuration panel.
Drawbacks / flaws:

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it doesn't have the support for all known archive file types.
In conclusion:

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the application can do usually a fast and pretty good job. If you don't like waiting for StuffIt Expander to start up, especially for small archives, this application might be an alternative.
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