WinRAR is a trialware file archiver utility for Windows, developed by Eugene Roshal of win.rar GmbH. It can create and view archives in RAR or ZIP file formats, and unpack numerous archive file formats. To enable the user to test the integrity of archives, WinRAR embeds CRC32 or BLAKE2 checksums for each file in each archive. WinRAR supports creating encrypted, multi-part and self-extracting archives.

WinRAR is a Windows-only program. An Android application called "RAR for Android" is also available. Related programs include the command-line utilities "RAR" and "UNRAR" and versions for macOS, Linux, FreeBSD, Windows CE, and MS-DOS.

WinRAR and the RAR file format have evolved over time. Support for the archive format RAR5, using the same RAR file extension as earlier versions, was added in v5; files in the older RAR file format are now referred to as RAR4. WinRAR versions before 5.0 do not support RAR5 archives. The RAR5 file format added some features, but removed comments for each file (though archive comment still remains), authenticity verification, and specialized compression algorithms for text and multimedia files. RAR5 also changed the file name for split volumes from “archivename.rNN” to “archivename.partNN.rar”. The RAR5 file format increased the maximum dictionary size to 1 GiB; 11 different compression directory sizes from 1 MiB to 1 GiB are available, with the default in version 5 increased from 4 MiB to 32 MiB, typically improving compression ratio. AES encryption, when used, was increased from 128- to 256-bit. Maximum path length for files in RAR and ZIP archives is increased to 2048 characters. Options added in v5 include 256-bit BLAKE2 file-hashing algorithm instead of default 32-bit CRC32, duplicate file detection, NTFS hard and symbolic links, Quick Open record to allow large archives to be opened faster.

The RAR5 file format removed comments for each file (though archive comment still remains), authenticity verification, and specialized compression algorithms for text and multimedia files. RAR5 also changed the file name for split volumes from "archivename.rNN" to "archivename.partNN.rar".

Features of WinRAR
Creation of packed RAR or ZIP archives.
Unpacking of ARJ, BZIP2, CAB, GZ, ISO, JAR, LHA, RAR, TAR, UUE, XZ, Z, ZIP, ZIPX, 7z, 001 (split) archives, as well as EXE files containing these archive formats.
Checksum (integrity) verification for ARJ, BZIP2, CAB, GZ, BZIP2, RAR, XZ, ZIP and 7z archives
Multithreaded CPU compression and decompression.

When creating RAR archives:

  • Support for maximum file size of 16 EiB, about 1.8 × 1019 bytes or 18 million TB
  • Compression dictionary from 1 MiB to 1 GiB (it is limited to 256 MiB on 32-bit editions of Windows, although 32-bit Windows still can decompress archives with 1 GiB dictionary; default size is 32 MiB)
  • Options, enabled by default, to optimise compression for executables for x86 processors and the obsolete 64-bit Itanium, and delta compression.
  • Optional 256-bit BLAKE2 file hash can replace default 32-bit CRC32 file checksum
  • Optional encryption using AES with a 256-bit key
  • Optional data redundancy is provided in the form of Reed–Solomon recovery records and recovery volumes, allowing reconstruction of damaged archives (including reconstruction of entirely missed volumes)
  • Optional "quick open record" to open RAR files faster
  • Ability to create multi-volume (split) archives
  • Ability to create self-extracting files (multi-volume self-extracting archives are supported; the self-extractor can execute commands, such as running a specified program before or after self-extraction)
  • Support for advanced NTFS file system options, such as NTFS hard and symbolic links
  • Support for maximum path length up to 2048 characters (stored in the UTF-8 format)
  • Optional archive comment (stored in the UTF-8 format)
  • Optional file timestamp preservation: creation, last access, high precision modification times
  • Optional file deduplication
  • Open zip and create zip file
  • Downloadable and used in both 32-bit and 64-bit formats
  • Supports files up to 8,589 billion gigabytes
  • Full support for RAR, ZIP, CAB, ARJ, LZH, ACE, TAR, GZIP, ULE, ISO, BZIP2, Z and 7-ZIP files.
  • Ability to repair damaged files and repair files
  • Super software security
  • Ability to encrypt on zip files
  • Create an archive of the desired files - having a new template as a Windows 8 template
  • Applicable to Windows XP, Windows 7 , Windows 8 , Windows 8.1, and Windows 10 operating systems

For 32 Bit: Intel Pentium (or compatible),
For 64 Bit: 64 Bit CPU and 64 Bit Windows version
Win98, Me, NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Vista, Server 2003, Server 2008, Windows 7
64MB of RAM
3MB of available hard disk space

1) If the software is running, close it.
2) Install the software and do not restart your system at any time after the installation.
3) Go to the "KeyGen" folder and run the Keygen file as Run as Administrator.
4) Enter your desired information in the boxes and then click on "Generate". You will be prompted to save the key, locate the location of the Winrar software to store your activation key at that location.
5) Enjoy the WinRAR registered version.


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