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Extract Multiple Zip Files with WinRAR

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Published on Aug 6, 2009

a short tutorial on how to extract alot of zip and rar files with WinRAR

Comments • 47

Tom Da Bomb
Tut starts at 1:12
Corey Bryant
+ToM.5 Because why wait...
Ankush Mohapatra
U could have said this in 20 secs :D
One Love
to much talking man get to the point , we dont care what you download
Brandon Black
you stupid fuck just spit it out
Alexander Nakarada
I know this video is old, but at least now you can just mark all folders you want to unzip, then right click and press "extract to..." and it will automatically extract all folders to the given location. Don't need to open Winrar at all.
0451 Shodan
This would make me happy... then I counted the number of subdirectories I have lol 🙍
iCrimy
+Alexander Nakarada THANNNNKS you saved me an entire hour of work, i've been extracting files one by one for years now, you just saved me from 112 extracted files
Chinese Communist Party
FOR PEOPLE WHO DON'T WANT TO WATCH THE FUCKING VIDEO: 1) open winrar via start menu or desktop icon (not context menu) 2) browse to directory with zips in winrar 3) Ctrl+A 4) click Extract To at the top of winrar 5) choose the directory where you want that shit to be extracted
Pegafix
A quick tutorial shouldn't take 3 minutes to explain something that can be done in said in 5 seconds. But I guess it's OK since you saved me hours of time. But yeah, please, get to the point!
Late Night Retro
Man this video triggered me
0451 Shodan
I've extracted RAR files which comprise of specifically mp3s in the past and only after I shortened the names did they 'fully' extract. I should note that this was infrequent, but it did occur from time to time. Why is this? A character limit? I seem to recall there being an alert when this occurs, but my memory is hazy.  If only stupid Sony would make it so their archaic Walkman players did all this crap for us. I'm paying £400+ for a top of the line music device and I have to waste a ridiculous amount of time and effort extracting archives! Why can't the player just do a scan and recognise what needs extracting? Anyway... I have a GIANT library of music to organise now :(
john palmer
my my my, aren't there some testy people in the comments sections of youtube.....
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