When all you've is got a hammer, every problem looks suspiciously like a nail. RarZilla is a great little utility for automatically unraring RAR archives, but it doesn't do much else. Depending on whether that's all you're looking for, RarZilla is either just the tool you need or woefully inadequate.
The program does a wonderful job of unzipping--sorry, unraring--RARs, and it provides three methods for achieving that goal. You can select the "RarZilla!" option from the context menu associated with any RAR file in Windows Explorer, you can double-click the RAR, or you can drag and drop the RAR onto the program interface. To aid in the last one, the program is permanently set to live on top unless you minimize it. We found that annoying, but your mileage may vary. It extracts the compressed files to the same folder in which the RAR lives. RarZilla is squarely aimed at those users who predominantly use the RAR format. Fans of other archive formats should look elsewhere for an extractor or a traditional archiving/unarchiving tool.
RarZilla Free Unrar is a beautiful decompression tool for RAR-archives that support spanned archives as well as the extraction of password protected files. Decompression can be started by drag 'n' drop, double click or shell integrated context menu. To speed the whole process up, RarZilla has the option to define a default output folder or a default password or both.
What's new in this version:
Version 5.10 updated unrar engine.