Zipping — or compressing — and unzipping — or extracting — files have become some of the most inevitable things to do in the computer world. The main reason why computer users will want to be able to zip and unzip their files is the limitation of the storage space they have on their system. By zipping some of the files that they only use now and then, computer users will be able to save quite a considerable amount of storage space of their computer’s hard drive. Then, whenever they feel they may need the files again, they can simply unzip them and regain access to those files.
I was trying to burn a DVD but the software did not detect my DVD drive. In Windows Control Panel, there was a yellow exclamation beside my DVD Drive. I checked the device status and it said “Windows cannot start the hardware because its configuration information (in the registry) is incomplete or damaged.”