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Windows 7: Zipped Thunderbird and now i can't find it

2 Weeks Ago   #11
Novel8

Win 7 x64
 
 
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Cool, so far...it showed that it exist, but does not say where its located. I just used whatever win 7 has i guess. I right clicked on the folder and the menu appeared and asked if i want to zip the folder..i said yes and it took a few minutes to do over a billion bytes.

Here is a screenshot of what I got with the cmd option


Everything.exe did not find it, or i am using that program wrong.




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2 Weeks Ago   #12
F22 Simpilot

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

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I know Win 10 had "everything.exe''...but i am in Win 7....your saying i can install "E>E" in win 7?

Win 10 does not have everything.exe. It is a program developed by a company called VoidTools. Please download it and do as I say and you'll find the folder providing you have the name correct. This isn't rocket science and there's no need to keep asking questions.
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2 Weeks Ago   #13
XweAponX

Windows 7 (My Idea)
 
 

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Here is a screenshot of what I got with the cmd option


Everything.exe did not find it, or i am using that program wrong.
Can't you just open Explorer to your 'Computer" view, open your C drive, and then Search for "Thunderbird" in the Search Box in the upper right of the Address Bar? You might have to change your Explorer View Settings to get that view, but I think Search shows by default. It's miles better than the Windows XP Search Box.

One thing you might want to consider: What did you use, what software did you use to create the ZIP? Was it Explorer itself or did you use WinZIP or WinRAR or 7Zip? depending on what you used, the archive MAY not even be called "Thunderbird" - And especially if you created the Zip with Windows Explorer, the ZIP will be named for the DIRECTORY where the Thunderbird folder was located. So if that was in Program Files, the ZIP will be named Program Files, maybe. Just depends on what you used.
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2 Weeks Ago   #14
Novel8

Win 7 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by XweAponX View Post
Can't you just open Explorer to your 'Computer" view, open your C drive, and then Search for "Thunderbird" in the Search Box in the upper right of the Address Bar? You might have to change your Explorer View Settings to get that view, but I think Search shows by default. It's miles better than the Windows XP Search Box.

One thing you might want to consider: What did you use, what software did you use to create the ZIP? Was it Explorer itself or did you use WinZIP or WinRAR or 7Zip? depending on what you used, the archive MAY not even be called "Thunderbird" - And especially if you created the Zip with Windows Explorer, the ZIP will be named for the DIRECTORY where the Thunderbird folder was located. So if that was in Program Files, the ZIP will be named Program Files, maybe. Just depends on what you used.

Thank you...I did compress it with Windows Explorer. I used the cmd %appdata" mode and there it was...the weird part of all this 'mess', that was the first placed i checked and it wasn't shown...go figure. Thanks to all, except you know who.
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