Ultimate Extract And Recover
Lizenz: Freeware / Coffeeware
The Ultimate Extract and Recover does not reinvent the wheel since protecting the file with a password and unlocking the file by using a password is built-in functionality of WinRar. The difference is that Ultimate Extract and Recover uses this functionality to introduce batch job capabilities. Instead of going through every file and typing your password to unlock it, the application does that for you by retrieving and using your password from within a plain text file. It even goes one step beyond since after unlocking the file it continues with extraction of its contents.
Unattended operation: extracts or verifies without the user's attention. Just press the Go button and use your time for something else. Upon completion you will be presented with the outcome of the operation,statistics and detailed Log files.
Very simple to use GUI-interface: you can start a new operation with just 3 clicks !
Automated file integrity validation: batch check your files for errors (CRC check,missing parts,wrong format,bad format,corrupted archive,wrong password)
Password recovery: can retrieve the password by using the dictionary approach. Give it a word list and it will attempt all words against the archive. Once it retrieves the password it can optionally continue with extracting the archive
Recursion: It traverses nested directories, so that all your RAR and ZIP files can be organized into sub directories of any depth. UER will then start from the root directory and get into all sub directories to process the files
Unicode file names: no more constrained by the System Default code page (ANSI)
Unicode passwords: Unicode compatibility with the latest version of Winrar 4.20. This means that Unicode passwords are guaranteed to work with RAR files created with Winrar version 4.2 or higher
Optimizations for faster execution
Portable: Requires .NET framework 4.0 or higher to be installed on user's PC
Dieses Tool hilft beim Entpacken größerer Mengen von Archivdateien, durchsucht auch Unterordner und nutzt freiwerdende CPU-Kapazität zum schnelleren Entpacken.