I'm NOT a technical person. I use only Ubuntu 14.04 lts on my computer, no other OS. Today I downloaded a package called 'Tor browser bundle' (tor-browser-linux64-5.0.2_en-US.tar.xz) from Tor-website to an empty folder called 'Current folder' and extracted it with Ubuntu's Archive Manager without using terminal. Now, even after extracting thrice I can't find extracted folder anywhere except enlisted in Archive Manager's window which also shows its location as '/', so I searched in '/' or Computer folder but couldn't find it there too. Later on I learnt that for security reasons that package shouldn't be unpacked or run as root. As I'm not a technical guy, I don't even know if I extracted it as root.
For your info: It didn't ask for any password while extracting. I have only one password I use for logging onto computer & while installing some Ubuntu software updates. One of the folders in Computer folder called 'root' doesn't open (I'm not complaining) saying "you do not have permissions necessary". So, where do I find the extractions and whether I extracted them as root? Thanks for your precious time.