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batch extract compressed archives ExtractNow is a tool that lets you extract multiple compressed files with ease. It supports ZIP, RAR, ISO, BIN, IMG, IMA, IMZ, 7Z, ACE, JAR, GZ, LZH, LHA, TAR and SIT archive formats and offers shell integration as well as an easy to use, compact interface. You can simply drag and drop files onto the interface or browse for them in your folders. You can choose to select a folder or automatically extract them to a newly created folder with the same name. Other features include shell integration options, support for archive folder structures, folder monitoring, post extraction options and more. Copyright Snapfiles.com

Product Details

Publisher Nathan Moinvaziri Price Free
Version 4.8.3  history Last updated Apr 25, 2017
File Size 2.01 Mb Requirements None

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Based on 9 reviews

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Not so zippy 2 stars by gimpguy Nov 29, 2008 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
First problem was trying to drag and drop files into the interface, kept getting some exception error. When unzipping a rar, it would stop before completely done and freeze.Also one other issue was even when a rar was done, it wouldn't have all files?? No issues with zip though. I wasn't too impressed. Aside from that, the author's answers don't do the software any justice and are simply RUDE. So all that combined, the only thing I found decent was the price. Although I must say, the FLU is free, but I don't want THAT either. Complaints help build on software, free or not and I think this attitude attributes to flaws that could otherwise be fixed and become a great little software. in other words, be a man and take the lumps to improve a software. Really , the interface itself is good, I didn't care for the functionality. Once again, it's free but I hate wasting time on something that is thrown out there. show Review details
The software developer responded to this review on Aug 19, 2009: Somebody is serious about software. :P
Does not do .sit file extensions? 3 stars by Terry_W Nov 25, 2008
I downloaded this utility to extract from a SIT file. However, SIT is not in the list of file extensions in the config dialog. Also, dropping an SIT file on it does nothing. Grrrrr... show Review details
The software developer responded to this review on Aug 19, 2009: Read the FAQ, it tells you how to get SIT working. I don`t redistribute the SIT dll.
Just as good as if I had written it myself 5 stars by TreadHead Jun 19, 2008
ExtractNow offers intelligent unzipping of files in multiple folders of a folder hierarchy right out of the box: it puts the extracted files into a properly-named subfolder immediately under the folder containing the original archive -- imagine that! The Windows Explorer integration is a really nice touch. show Review details
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