Windows can unzip or extract the contents of a compressed file as it is natively compatible with CAB files. Moreover, the OS can create, extract, or rebuild cab files. This means you do not require any additional third-party software for this task. All CAB files can be unzipped using basic Windows command line tools.

There are three built-in Windows command line tools for dealing with CAB files:

Here you are extracting the contents of file into the C:\TWCFolder. -F is the number of files to expand. When you use *, it means all the files.

When completed, the tool will display the complete list of extracted files.

Close the command prompt windows and go to Windows Explorer. There, the complete list of full extracted file structure should be visible to you

A)   enter "CD" to change "directory" that the comand window is "in".

example)    "CD D": (to change to hard drive D).  it is not case sensitive and a space then the next instruction, here, disk D which id "D:"
example)    "CD \users\neone\desktop\ .  dont forget the space after the CD comand!

B)  To create a FOLDER/ directory,  use the coman "MKDIR"  (make directory) and then a space, and then the wanted folder name.

example)  "MKDIR New_Folder"        BUT be IN the directory tree/folder you want the new folder to be in! 

C)   so to uzip cab files, first make a folder (where you want it to be) to put them in! and for ease, in the same directory the condensed cab ile is in.