I see. So what you want is an archive program that will unrar a file,
but not override Windows Explorer's unzip ability?
I believe if you do a custom Winzip installation you can go through a
dialog box to set which file types you want it to automatically open and
which ones to leave alone or ignore. I think, but don't remember for
sure, Izarc will let you customize it that way as well. Another option,
if you like commandline programs, is unrar. Unrar is a little program
you run from the Windows command prompt that allows you to extract rar
Shadow Dragon wrote:
Yeah, that was my bad, I meant to say win rar is the only one I know
of that extracts rar files. I'm mostly looking for an archive utility
that will extract rar files but not overright the basic winzip
functionality, as I need that for unzipping certain archives that so
far, most archiving utilities consider corrupt.
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