Download a zip file from the internet and extract using PowerShell.

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The code below will download the .zip file from the internet, then extracts the files from the zip and opens the extracted folder…

$Url = 'https://download.sysinternals.com/files/BGInfo.zip' 
$ZipFile = 'C:\ZipFolder\' + $(Split-Path -Path $Url -Leaf) 
$Destination= 'C:\Extracted\' 

Invoke-WebRequest -Uri $Url -OutFile $ZipFile 

$ExtractShell = New-Object -ComObject Shell.Application 
$Files = $ExtractShell.Namespace($ZipFile).Items() 
$ExtractShell.NameSpace($Destination).CopyHere($Files) 
Start-Process $Destination

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