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Old May 26th 05, 08:55 PM
Von Fourche
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Just when I got a hand on that dang yenk format now I find something
called "rar."

What in the heck is this? And is there a good free program to open up
these files?


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Old May 27th 05, 03:40 AM
John O
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There are a few programs that will open up RAR files. Following are a couple
of them...

http://www.rarlab.com/

http://www.winace.com/

Regards,
John O.




"Von Fourche" wrote in message
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Just when I got a hand on that dang yenk format now I find something
called "rar."

What in the heck is this? And is there a good free program to open up
these files?




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Old May 30th 05, 06:30 AM
Möbius
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I've used UltimateZip 2.7.1 (download from ultimatezip.com) for a long time
with Windows XP Home. The only problem I've noticed is that occasionally
after use and exiting the software, the ultimatezip process fails to close
automatically, so I close it via Ctrl-Alt-Del if necessary. They have a
later 3.0 version which I haven't tried. It handles RAR and any other
compression formats that I've ever wanted. Free for private use.
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Möbius

"John O" wrote in message
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There are a few programs that will open up RAR files. Following are a
couple of them...

http://www.rarlab.com/

http://www.winace.com/

Regards,
John O.




"Von Fourche" wrote in message
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Just when I got a hand on that dang yenk format now I find something
called "rar."

What in the heck is this? And is there a good free program to open up
these files?






 




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