RAR for Linux x64 3.93

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850.14 KB

Publisher Description

Powerful command line archiver and archive manager

RAR files can usually compress content 8 to 30 percent better than ZIP files. RAR's main features are very strong general and multimedia compression, long filename support, programmable self-extracting archives (SFX), damaged archive repair, authenticity verification, embedded file comments, and encryption.

RAR also includes a support for parity volumes and missing volume replacement, support of "Find" commands and industry standard encryption using 128-bit keys.

The command line version RAR is also available for Linux, DOS, OS/2, FreeBSD and MAC OS X.

No need to purchase add-ons to create self-extracting files, it's all included.

Unlike the competition RAR has already integrated the ability to create and change SFX archives (.exe files) using default and external SFX modules. So when you purchase RAR license you are buying a license for the complete technology.

One price, one payment, once. All future UPDATES for FREE.

It has always been our policy not to charge our customers for improvements we make to RAR. So our registered users will receive all future UPGRADES for FREE.

For more information & to download the evaluation copy, visit http://www.win-rar.com.

Program Details


Publisher RARLAB
Released Date 2010-03-15
Languages English


Category System Utilities
Subcategory File Compression

System requirements

Operating systems linux

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File size 850.14 KB
Total downloads 173


License model Free Trial
Price $29.00

Version History

» version 3.93   -   posted on 2010-03-15
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» version 3.90   -   posted on 2009-08-20
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Release Date: 2010-03-15
Publisher: RARLAB
Operating System: linux