WinRAR is a shareware file archiver and data compression utility developed by Eugene Roshal and distributed by Ron Dwight, first released in autumn of 1993. It is one of the few applications that is able to create RAR archives natively, because the encoding method is held to be proprietary. The current developer is Eugene Roshal, while his brother Alexander Roshal is engaged in running the business behind the software. WinRAR supports the following features: Below is a summary of version information. Version 2.00 was released on September 6, 1996. WinRAR Unplugged is a portable version of WinRAR that does not require installation or create dependencies on the host computer.
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