I do a lot of archive extraction per day.
Archives come in two types:
- archive / folder / files
- archive / files
When extracted, the first type ends up folder/files inside the base folder and the second ends up with only the files inside the base folder.
Because of this I choose Extract each archive to separate folder when mass extracting them.
The problem is that I end up with lots of redundant folders of the following kind: folder/folder/files.
I need a automated way to delete the that folder in the middle so that all of them end up in the following format: folder/files.
I'm using Windows 7. The archives are mostly RAR/ZIP with some being 7z, ACE.
PS: If there's a way to find out which archives have folders inside them and which do not would also be very useful.