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If you are looking for ExtractNow, you have come to the right place. We explain what ExtractNow is and point you to the official download.

What is ExtractNow?

ExtractNow is software published by Nathan Moinzaviri that is primarily used to extract files from archives. The software’s most definitive feature is its capacity to extract multiple archives easily. The user can batch process archive extractions, providing them with a tool that quickly extracts all files. With batch processing, the user can also set the program to automatically delete the archives after all the files have been decompressed.

The software is not your one-stop solution to compression and decompression of files because it does not function as a file archiver or compressor; its main purpose is to extract files and it does the job quicker than most other decompression tools available for free.

It can extract popular archive files: ZIP and RAR; but other than these two formats, the program can also decompress ACE, JAR, ISO, IMG, IMZ, and BIN files. During the installation process, users may be prompted to install third-party software, change browser home page or change the user’s default search engine. All of these are not necessary to install the software properly.

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File types supported by ExtractNow

Our users primarily use ExtractNow to open these file types:

About file types supported by ExtractNow

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Last updated: : November 13, 2022