Extract it anywhere, then read the ReadMe.
I can't take credit for anything but the instruction files. All these tools are made by different people, most credit should go to them.
Here's a list of tools included:
Notepad++ Text Editor to more easily manipulate/see text data.
UPK Decompressor to uncompress UPK files.
UPK Extractor to unpack UPK Files.
UE Explorer to look through the uncompressed UPK files.
HxD HEX Editor to search for HEX values and edit the UPK files.
XSHAPE to hack the EXE and make it run uncompressed UPK files.
WinMerge to compare text files.
Edited by BlackAlpha, 15 January 2013 - 05:20 PM.