RAR is a general purpose archiving and compression program competing with/replacing programs such as PKZip, ARJ and others. RAR offers significantly improved compression ratios, easier use and a better price as well as supporting long file names, disk spanning and self-extracting file creation. RAR introduces an original compression algorithm. It allows higher compression ratios than other PC archiving tools, especially on executable files, Object libraries, large text files, etc.
|Operating Systems||Windows MS-DOS Windows CE OS/2 POSIX Linux|
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Release Notes: Extraction-only support was added for The bzip2, JAR, and ACE 2.0 formats. Libc6 binaries are now available.
Release Notes: These bugs have been fixed since the last beta: files extracted from CAB archives might have had a wrong timestamp, and the switch -cfg- did not prevent processing of the RAR environment variable in the console RAR version.
Release Notes: This release includes various minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release.