Many a times we come across zipped files and folders owing to their large file size. In that case we need to unzip the file for opening and accessing it. In Windows 7, when we try to unzip a file to the Program Files directory, we get all sorts of permission denied errors. Attempt to unzip the file becomes unsuccessful. So what is the other way around to open up the zipped file? As an administrator, how can we open up any file?
Well you can perform a simple registry tweak that let you specify the action to Run as Administrator for a file type. You will have to perform certain steps for manually adding Run as Administrator to any file type in Windows 7. Follow the steps given below:
Your job of adding Run as Administrator in Windows 7 is accomplished now. This process works for all zipped file type. For any type of data corruption in Windows 7 or Windows Vista, consider Kernel for Windows data recovery software.