WinRAR 5.11 Final Corporate

Dear All,

I’m proud to announce the latest release of WinRAR 5.11 Final corporate version to you all.

Please see the changelog below:

Version 5.11

1. WinRAR can unpack TAR archives containing folders with pax
extended headers. Previous versions failed to unpack them.

2. “Keep broken files” extraction option is supported for 7-Zip archives.

3. Bugs fixed:

a) WinRAR 5.10 did not set “hidden”, “read-only” and “system”
file attributes when unpacking ZIP archives;

b) WinRAR 5.10 failed to update self-extracting RAR archives
containing nested ZIP archives stored without compression;

c) ZIP archive created with “Do not store paths” option
included unnecessary empty name records for folders;

d) archived files could have 1 hour modification time error
in Windows XP;

e) deleting a file in RAR5 solid archive containing files stored
with -ver switch caused such files to lose version information;

f) black rectangles were displayed instead of toolbar buttons
in 16- and 24- bit screen color modes and Windows custom text size
larger than 100%.

 

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WinRAR 5.1 Final Corporate

Dear All,

I’m proud to announce the latest release of WinRAR 5.10 Final corporate version to you all.

Please see the changelog below:

  WinRAR - What's new in the latest version


   Version 5.10

   1. Added extraction support for ZIP and ZIPX archives using
      BZIP2, LZMA and PPMd compression.

   2. Added extraction support for 7z split archives
      (.7z.001, .7z.002, ...).

   3. Added support for AES-NI CPU instructions allowing to improve
      RAR encryption and decryption performance.

   4. Default theme images are scaled up with better quality
      in high DPI display mode.

   5. Environment variables, such as %temp%, can be used
      in "Files to add" field of archiving dialog.

   6. Switch -ai can be used when creating RAR archive,
      so predefined values, typical for file and folder,
      are stored instead of actual attributes.
      Previously this switch could be used only when extracting.

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