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Free Software Helps Extract Data from RAR Files

 

Seattle, WA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 02/05/2014 -- There are a number of areas where files and folders with lots of data need to be compressed and hence .rar files are to be created. To compress and email large files, to archive a lot of data, etc this .rar file format is used. When it comes to extracting data from these RAR files, a website now provided Free RAR Extractor . Once this software is downloaded and installed onto one’s computer, all one has to do is drag and drop the compressed files and the data will be extracted and will be provided without any changes in separate folders.

This new RAR Extractor comes with a number of attractive features; for one it is absolutely free and comes with no malware. Secondly, using this software is easy even for people without any technical knowledge as it comes with an easy to use interface. And in case of problems this tool comes with a guide with detailed instruction about how to use it. Moreover, extraction of files doesn’t take much time and files can be extracted quickly and easily. Thirdly this extractor is compatible with and can be used on any OS platform. Thirdly, even those files that are password protected can be extracted using this extractor. And finally, though this tool can work on a number of files at the same time, it occupies very less space on one’s computer. Hence, it can be said that this tool is a great Winrar Alternative .

The website says, “The Extractor comes with comprehensible instructions and what's even better is that these are available in more than 50 different languages.” Hence, people all over the world can easily use it.

For more information about the Free RAR Extractor and to download it visit http://download.cnet.com/Free-RAR-Extractor/3000-2018_4-76084614.html

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