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    How to Extract Multiple Rar Files At Once from Different Folders

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    How to Extract Multiple Rar Files At Once from Different Folders

    Post  Peppies™ on 13th February 2011, 18:58

    Having 20+ episodes of TV series all rar'ed in different folders for each episode is a pain to extract them all 1 by 1 so I went out and found a solution to extract them all at once.

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    Solution: ExtractNow
    ExtractNow is a simple utility that allows you to extract multiple archives quickly and easily. ExtractNow is not a complete archival solution. It's main purpose it to allow the user to extract multiple archives easily.

    Why wear out your clicking finger extracting files one by one when you can extract at once? ExtractNow does a fine job of bundling compressed files and extracting their contents in one fell swoop. ExtractNow has a clean, well-designed and easy-to-use interface. To extract files, simply drag and drop them into the main program window, or right-click the files while in Windows Explorer. ExtractNow supports the two most popular compression formats, ZIP and RAR, as well as a handful of other formats. Simple but not simplistic, this is a powerful and reliable program that will be of use to anyone who manages many compressed files.

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    I could not get the drag n drop to work, however, just right click within the white area of ExtractNow, click search for archives, select the directory (in my case 24 Day 8) then it will load all the archive files within the folders. You can mess with the settings and change where the output directory will go based on what your preference is.


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