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I would like to know if it's possible, or if a program exists that "watches" a folder for .zip files, and automatically unzips them and deletes the

Sure I can download a, but why do I have to go through the extra step of manually unzipping it. Surely this is what computers are for, no?

Windows 7 is what I'm using, so please keep it to that.

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And which operating system are you using? – Majenko Apr 13 '11 at 8:54
Windows 7, updated the Q. Thanks for that Matt – Brandon Bertelsen Apr 13 '11 at 9:00

For the automatic rules based running of processes, belvedere might help - however - it will open the file with whatever's the default handler for the application - so it depends on how your system reacts to it.

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