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Plus, it can also convert 7Z files to EXE archive format. Before starting the conversion, you can also adjust archive compression and splitting parameters. Now, check out the below steps to convert 7Z to ZIP. How to convert 7Z to ZIP using Bister: Start this software and click on the Open Archive button to load a 7Z archive.

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ZIP files are easy to create on Windows and Mac computers. Simply highlight all the files you want to zip, right click and select “Send to” then “Compressed ZIP Folder” on Windows. You can also zip files using a zipping software application, although you don’t need any additional software to compress your files into a zipped folder. Click ' Select exe files to convert ' to open the file chooser. Drag and drop exe file (s) directly onto ezyZip. (Optional) Set the desired compression level by clicking the down arrow next to 'Convert to ZIP'. Click 'Convert to ZIP' to initiate the conversion. Once all the exe files have been compressed into a zip file, you can click 'Save ZIP. Turn A Into An App.Exe Files To; Turn A Into An App.Exe Files To. So it would produce yet more.dll.exe and other Windows-centric files. WINE solutions though are not as compatible as the full Windows emulator and virtualization solutions. If you want to run XP or Vista, youll want a newer Intel Mac that was released 2006 and later.

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Thanks for the hint. After hearing it, I can't believe I didn't think of it, but I didn't. I just gave up after seeing those darn .exe extensions. Thanks again.

My company issues manuals in the form of self-extracting .exe files for Windows machines.
But I find that I can just drop the .exe file on Stuffit Expander and have it extract the files without have to change the extension to .zip.

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Info-ZIP unzip and zip ship with the OS, and appear to be at v5.20. /sw/bin/unzip is at version 5.50.

/sw/bin/unzip indicates you installed it with Fink. Fink installs all of its software into /sw.
Answering the age-old question: which is more painful, going to work or gouging your eye out with a spoon?

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/sw/bin/unzip indicates you installed it with Fink. Fink installs all of its software into /sw.

Not necessarily. The existence of /sw/bin/unzip only suggests it belongs to Fink. In this case, Fink appears to require unzip as part of the base install. I did not explicitly install unzip from Fink.

This is why I specified the two versions: zip and unzip is installed with the OS and are located in the usual places. Fink will place an additional unzip (only) in it's root.


What would happen if stuffit were made the 'default app' for files with the .exe & .EXE suffix?
On my system, they are set to Radnor (which I installed to test, but don't actually use), which brings up a related point: if you had a dos version of unzip on your system, and if the default app for .exe was Radnor, then wouldn't dosbox start & self-extract the file?
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Remember not all .exe's are zip files.
Some windows downloads are basically a small unzip utility, and a zip archive. But some other installers don't unzip and are compressed in other fashions.
Otherwise this is a great thing to keep in the back of your mind.
So Remember if it fails it may not be stuffit's fault, but it might really be a program excutable.
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I also never thought of this. I tried the drag and drop method and it just didn't do anything, and deluxe just said 'what the heck am I supposed to do with this???' I tried it on some files that caused deluxe to hiccup previously and they extracted no problem. BIG thanks.
The .exe's you are referring to are self extracting zip archives. Just a .zip with a code stub of winzip (or another util) attached so it can extract the files from the .zip archive. It's basically the equivalent of using stuffit to create a self extracting archive in case someone doesn't have stuffit installed on their mac.
Though I doubt there's any mac user anywhere who doesn't have at least one copy of stuffit expander installed on some drive somewhere. :-)
The other.exes are probably just plain old applications, and all sorts of weirdness can happen with those. They really should use some other extension for self extracting .zip archives to help us cut down on the confusion. ;-)

You could also just drag the exe file to Expander.

just verifying this comment, many of these '.exe' files that are compressed, don't need to be renamed, you can just drag them onto stuffit expander and it will decompress.
(I've done this with some ethernet card drivers, downloaded before)

No one of these programs solves my problem: I tried Stuffit, The Unarchiver.app and some more...
Always: this program can not open 'setup.exe' Curios: It is Painter for Mac X ! But I got that bloody 'setup.exe' file in that download.

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