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Vista WinRAR

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

What is Vista WinRAR?

WinRAR is an archiving tool from RARLAB for Windows computers. Vista WinRAR provides clients with PCs that run on Windows Vista, with an archiver as well as archive manager to handle all compression and extraction procedures for various files. The software compresses files in sizes that are slightly smaller as compared to those compressed by other archiving tools.

The software allows the user to create archived files in either a RAR format or a ZIP format, an option that is not available in some archiving programs where ZIP is the only supported archive format.

Using the program is relatively simple, as the User Interface is simple and easy to understand even by newbie users. You can add files to the archive folder by accessing the “Add to” option, or you can also drag and drop files straight into the interface. Other options provided in the UI are Extract, for decompressing archived files; Test, Delete and Repair.

There are 32-bit and 64-bit versions of the software, providing users with a version that is compatible with the platform of their operating system.

Download Vista WinRAR from the developer

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Download Vista WinRAR (external link)


File types supported by Vista WinRAR

Our users primarily use Vista WinRAR to open these file types:

About file types supported by Vista WinRAR

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Last updated: : February 20, 2013