if u just need to deal with a few .rar files, winrar is free for the first 30 or so days.
id be very interested if u can find an alternate program which deals with .rar, but i never have, i came to the conclusion that .rar is specific to that program and not a generic file compression format such as .zip, anyhow
Thats what I figured. Problem is, I have had nero on my pc for around 6 or 7 months and never deleted it. I am sure it leaves something somewhere so that if I reinstall it, it will tell me I need to purchase it again, right?
I need to use this .rar file as I need it to make an .iso of a program that will clone my harddrive to my new one, as my main harddrive is failing, its an emergency! ahhhhh i hate programs like that...grrrrrr
Johnwill, I tried IZarc, based on your recommendation. How do you delete the list of items that you have unzipped? You find such a list when you click on File--down at the bottom.
Probaby a simple answer, but I couldn't figure it out.
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