ULTIMATE EXTRACT AND RECOVER OVERVIEW
Industrial strength batch extraction and verification of RAR archives
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|Date Updated:||May 15, 2014|
|OS:||Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64|
Ultimate Extract and Recover is an application that batch extracts or verifies RAR archives (works with RAR format version 5 archives as well as the earlier format versions)without the user's attention. Can batch extract password protected RAR archives, by feeding it a password list where from will attempt all the list's passwords against the archive. In the case of successfully finding the password it can continue with extracting the contents of the archive.
It can recurse, i.e. get into nested sub directories and extract which means that all your all RAR files can be organized into nested sub directories of any depth.
The application will then start processing from the TOP directory and get into ALL sub directories to process the files. It also does automated file integrity validation which means that it batch checks your files for errors (CRC check,missing parts,wrong format,bad format,corrupted
archive,wrong password).Another aspect of the application is that of
Handles file names in Unicode, which means that you can mame your files using all the characters the Unicode standard allows. So file names can be written in Hindu, Japanese, English, Russian etc or even mix them! Most extraction utilities handle only ANSI characters and break when trying to handle Unicode, but UER does not!
Handles archive passwords in Unicode. Passwords in Unicode means that you are not constrained by regional settings anymore. For example in a Windows installation with UK regional settings you can use passwords in Japanese or Hindu, as long as the installation is correctly set up to support those languages too.
Complete statistics,when a job completes a summary of what the job did is displayed on screen, and detailed logged files are kept,for example how many archives were extracted, how many failed, how many cached, etc.