So as far as I know, I should be able to access files inside zip-files by simply pointing explorer to them (as in, use them as virtual folders), for example
c:\test.zip\test.txt if my test.zip contains the file test.txt.
This, however, does not work for me. Instead, I get a "The system cannot find the path specified" popup. This is somewhat weird since explorer seems to recognize the test.txt file within the archive since after adding the backslash after the zip-file, it "proposes" the file test.txt within the archive.
I've also heard that I should be able to use the files via URIs in C# applications, but in there I get a TargetInvocationException saying pretty much the same, cannot find the path specified.
So have I simply misunderstood the whole concept, am I doing something wrong or is my system just acting up?