RAR File Open Knife - Free Opener

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What is RAR File Open Knife - Free Opener?

RAR File Open Knife - Free Opener is software developed by Philipp Winterberg that functions as a RAR file extractor. The program’s sole function is to open RAR archives. This is free software that can be downloaded from the developer’s website.

The GUI, or Graphical User Interface, of the program contains the following tabs: RAR File Open Knife, About, Gifts, Thanks, Appreciation and Help. The RAR File Open tab opens the extraction window which displays an image of a knife. This is where the user can drag and drop RAR archives that they want to open.

The user can also start the extraction process without having to open the GUI first. The user can right-click on the RAR archive or double-click the archived file icon to launch the program and the files will be automatically extracted. The extracted files will automatically be saved under the name of the original RAR archive for better identification of the files.

The software is compatible with Windows operating systems in both 32-bit and 64-bit platforms.

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Last updated: : March 7, 2013