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Information about .rar File Extension

RAR file is a WinRAR Archive, a proprietary archive file format that supports data compression, error recovery, and file spanning. Like other archives, RAR files are data containers that can store one or several files in the compressed form.

More information about .rar extension: Wikipedia


Compressed files 

Common .rar file type descriptions:

  • WinRAR archive
  • Архив WinRAR
  • Rar archive
  • WinRAR-Archiv
  • WinZip File

Applications, associated with .rar files

Media Player Classic - Home Cinema iconMedia Player Classic - Home Cinema by Media Player Classic - Homecinema
Media Player Classic is a compact open-source media player for Microsoft Windows. The application mimics the look and feel of the old, lightweight Windows Media Player 6.4 but integrates most options and features found in modern media players. It is often included in codec packs as a default media player.
Windows Media Center iconWindows Media Center by Microsoft Corporation
SpeedCommander iconSpeedCommander by SWE Sven Ritter
B1 Free Archiver iconB1 Free Archiver by
Многофункциональный архиватор iconМногофункциональный архиватор by iTVA LLC
Lhaplus iconLhaplus by
Windows Photo Viewer iconWindows Photo Viewer by Microsoft Corporation
One Click Wizard iconOne Click Wizard by Flickering Light Solutions
WinRAR Add-on iconWinRAR Add-on
Bandizip iconBandizip by
WinZipper application iconWinZipper application by Taiwan Shui Mu Chih Ching Technology Limited.
TUGZip archiver iconTUGZip archiver
TUGZip is a powerful award-winning freeware archiving utility for Windows® that provides support for a wide range of compressed, encoded and disc-image files, as well as very powerful features; all through an easy to use application interface and Windows Explorer integration.
µTorrent iconµTorrent by BitTorrent, Inc.
Microsoft Office Picture Manager iconMicrosoft Office Picture Manager by Microsoft Corporation
Total Commander 32 bit iconTotal Commander 32 bit by Ghisler Software GmbH
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