it never occured to you to download a free and damned small unzipper first, get the dll that your great unzipping program required, then you can get all the dll you want and unzip it with your great unzipping program all you want?
oh by the way, windows do support zip file by default.
Well, for starters, it was the smallest unzipper I could find. The next smallest being 9MB. And I'm on an older version of windows and it does not support unzipping, or, if it does, I'm not aware of it.
And please, if your offended by my lack of computer know how, please PM me about it, or just not post that aspect of it. I could be just as critical of your grammar after all, but beyond that I won't comment about it.
I also had a problem the other day with disapearing dll files. I did a system restore and that solved it, no messing about with zip files and downloading stuff that I wasn't sure about.