Are you tired of the messages of WinRAR who invite you to buy the program every time you have to open an archive? Would you like a free solution to extract RAR archives without boring messages, effective and easy to use like WinRAR? Just ask. I have two to introduce you!
Whether you have a Windows PC or a Mac, today I'll explain how to unzip a RAR file with free programs that do their job to the full without boring the user and without requiring complicated configurations. They are called PeaZip e The Unarchiver, let's find out in detail.
Be vuoi scoprire how to unzip a RAR file on Windows, the first step you need to take is to connect to the PeaZip website and click on the blue button PeaZip Free Download to download the program to your PC. When the download is complete, double-click on it to open the file you just downloaded (peazip-4.6.windowS.exe) and, in the window that opens, first click on Run and then Yes e Next.
Accetta quindi the conditions of use of the program, meeting the segno di spunta accanto alla voce I accept the agreement, and click Next for two more consecutive times. At this point, select the mode Custom installation, remove the check mark from the two items below to avoid the installation of additional toolbars for the browser and complete the installation of PeaZip by clicking on first Next three consecutive times and then on install e Finish.
Once installation is complete, you can open any RAR file with PeaZip by simply double clicking on it. To extract the contents of the archives into a folder, all you have to do is select it with the mouse and drag it out of the program window. Alternatively, you can use the buttons Extract ed Extract all to present in the toolbar to extract a single file or all the contents of the RAR archive in the folder that you will select later.
If you use a Mac, you can unzip a RAR file easily using the free program The Unarchiver which supports all major compressed archive formats by extracting them with a click. To install it on your computer, linked to the software page on the Mac App Store, click on the button Free and enter your Apple ID password.
When installation is complete, The Unarchiver will take care of automatically extracting the RAR, 7-zip, Tar, Gzip, Bzip2 files that you will open on your Mac. As happens by default for zip archives, just open the RAR archive to unzip and all its contents will be automatically extracted in a folder with the name of the archive itself.
You can also configure the associations and settings of The Unarchiver simply by starting the program through its icon in the Launchpad OS X. Easier than that?