How to unzip a file using the cmd?

On Windows 10 build 17063 or later you can use tar.exe (similar to the *nix one). This is also available in the nanoserver docker container

C:\> tar -xf

If you have Windows 10, you can use the much shorter Powershell equivalent

Expand-Archive -Force C:\path\to\ C:\where\to\extract\to

This batch file code will help you to unzip a file.

@echo off
cd /d %~dp0
Call :UnZipFile "C:\Temp\" "c:\FolderName\"
exit /b

:UnZipFile <ExtractTo> <newzipfile>
set vbs="%temp%\_.vbs"
if exist %vbs% del /f /q %vbs%
>%vbs%  echo Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
>>%vbs% echo If NOT fso.FolderExists(%1) Then
>>%vbs% echo fso.CreateFolder(%1)
>>%vbs% echo End If
>>%vbs% echo set objShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application")
>>%vbs% echo set FilesInZip=objShell.NameSpace(%2).items
>>%vbs% echo objShell.NameSpace(%1).CopyHere(FilesInZip)
>>%vbs% echo Set fso = Nothing
>>%vbs% echo Set objShell = Nothing
cscript //nologo %vbs%
if exist %vbs% del /f /q %vbs%

N.B. C:\Temp is folder where it stores the Extracted (UnZip) File.

And, c:\FolderName\ is source path, (where Zip files are stored).

Please, Change the Full File Path ( Drive, Folder & Zip file name), according to your need.