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Old 11-27-2006, 08:55 AM   #1
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Default Some Handy Utilities (Windows)

A few months ago I was given dozens of zip files containing graphic images. I went searching for a batch unzipper, and found a free one that works well. In one operation is can unzip the zip files into a folders based on the zip file name, move the original zip files to another place, and indicate which zip files are corrupted. It does other zip operation too. The program is Easy Zip File.

While I was at the download page, I noticed another utility called Conversion Calculator, with many conversions built in. So, if you want to convert Cables to Fathoms, this will do it. Unfortunately, there are no typesetting conversions. But, the utility does allow the user to add any conversion that can be done with multiplication or division.

Here's the download page: http://www.awitness.org/software/index.html
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