Once click extract zip file to current directory in Windows 7

Say, We download a lot of single files that are zipped and wish to extract quickly to the current directory and even delete the zippped file automatically if possible.
Windows 7 explorer option to right click and extract all - offers to 1st create a directory.
any ideas how to speed up this process?
shaunwinginAsked:
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zubairkCommented:
download winzip or winrar. they offer this function and winrar is free and winzip has 30 day free trial
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shaunwinginAuthor Commented:
winrar is 40 day trial.
I would like to be able to fine tune the built in windows extraction tool.
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centervCommented:
7zip is excellent and free.  Not much to fine tune in built in as well as choice of compression.
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cyberkiwiCommented:
http://lars.werner.no/?page_id=6

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