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Best all around unziper/unrar-er?

Discussion in 'Tech Hub' started by badaudio, Oct 14, 2006.

  1. badaudio (ﺧ益ﺨ)

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    Alright, so i've been using ultimatezip for a long time now, and havnt thought much about it, but latley ive noticed how slow it looks up directories to extract to and the such. so my request is, could anyone name a good all around extractor?
     
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  2. Squire of Fate Active Member

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    Been using WinRAR since forever, never really had any problems with it. I've tried 7-Zip before, it may be a good choice if you're looking for a good and free extractor.
     
  3. Idun Salt Liquorice

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    Yeah I use WinRar too. It has always worked great for me ;D
     
  4. badaudio (ﺧ益ﺨ)

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    Im using 7zip right now and im liking it,but out of curiousitys sake what files can winrar handle?
     
  5. gnutte ~Bored~

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    The following file formats are working with winrar:
    Rar, zip, cab, arj, lzh, ace, 7-zip, tar, gzip, uue, bz2, jar, iso, z.

    Don't know if other formats work, but these are officially supported.
     
  6. staradderdragoon is owning at being a

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    i use winrar. its like the freeware version that always says to pay for it. but i always just right click and say extract here so i never get that message anymore.
     
  7. gnutte ~Bored~

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    It expires after 40 days or something but it's just to click close on the reminder that pops up and use it freely for how long you like ^^
     
  8. Smitty o.0

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    Both winrar and winAce are on the top of my list
     
  9. mechaBD oh hi.

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    I used winzip forever but now I use winrar because it can open rar files. Ive had no problems with it.
     
  10. Dionysus Brandy and Death

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    I use the full version of winrar...
     
  11. Zireael New Member

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    If you looking for good and free program, 7-Zip is for you.
     
  12. CrazyMoronX Old Man

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    I like 7Zip, I used to use WinRAR, but it's gay now.
     
  13. badaudio (ﺧ益ﺨ)

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    god after using 7-zip i kinda hate it now, its too hard to get around imo
     
  14. CrazyMoronX Old Man

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    How is it hard? It's pretty easy, I thought. :wtf
     
  15. spinstate chop'em down

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    WinRAR would be my first choice, followed by 7-Zip.
     
  16. badaudio (ﺧ益ﺨ)

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    just dont like, though it seems alot of people do find it easy, im just used to ultimate zips interface, i suppose
     
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