Dr. Unarchiver For Mac

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There is a major irritation in macOS on the Apple Mac that has been around for many years. Probably forever. Now a free utility in the Mac App Store called Dr. Unarchiver fixes it at last! What is the irritation? Zip file handling. Not just zip, but all archives.

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Zip is just the most common archive type and it is almost always used when compressed files are required. If you regularly work with zips on the Mac, you will be aware of the problem. You can extract all the files from a zip archive or none. With macOS it is all or nothing. Windows for example, lets you look inside zip archives and see what files it contains. You can even extract one or more files and save them elsewhere without having to unzip the whole archive. This is very useful when the zips are large and contain a lot of files.

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Unarchiver: A handy, free Mac archive utility There are a lot of ways to imagine how this might save time. If you receive a folder full of images, for example, you can preview the pictures.

To get one file out of a zip containing 100 files you must unarchive all 100 and then select and drag 99 to the Trash. Free waves plugins for mac. Just so you can get that one file.

Unarchiver is a free app in the Mac App Store that lets you open a zip and see what files it contains. It then lets you select one or more files and just extract those, leaving the rest alone. This is brilliant and just what we need.

Let's see how macOS works first. Compress files Suppose you want to create a zip archive of some files on the disk. Low cost electric guitar to interface usb audio link cable for mac.

Open a finder window and select the files, Ctrl+click them and then select Compress 15 items. Rename the archive Another irritation of macOS is that the zip archive is always called Archive.zip. You must rename it afterwards or you won’t know what it is. Extract the files If you double click a zip file macOS extracts all the files and places them in a folder with the same name as the zip. If you Ctrl+click the zip archive and select Open With > Archive Utility, the same thing happens and all the files are extracted with no option to extract just one or two. Unarchiver This time let's use the Dr. Unarchiver utility.

Instead of double clicking the zip file, which would trigger the macOS unarchiver, Ctrl+click the file and select Open With > Dr. View the archive files The app displays a list of the files in the archive. If you let the mouse hover over a file in the zip an blue eye icon is displayed next to it. Click the blue eye and the contents of the file is displayed on the screen. In this case it is a JPEG image, but you can view Word documents and other files. It appears to use the same Quick View that macOS uses. Extract selected files If you select a file and click Extract in the Dr.

Unarchiver toolbar you can extract and save it to disk. In the file/folder selecter window that opens is an Extract option with All archive file or Selected files. You can choose what to extract. There is also an option to show the extracted file(s) in a Finder window afterwards. This is a great utility. It is so simple, yet so useful when you have to work with a lot of zip archives. Just being able to see what is inside an archive is useful,but adding the option to extract only the files you select makes it even better.

Quick Extraction There is an option to monitor the creation of archive files in the Downloads folder. When you download a zip or other archive file type from the web (many archive types are supported by the app), Dr. Unarchiver displays a notification on the screen and there is an option to open it. I haven’t enabled this because it's not a function I need, but it’s there if you want it.

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Application: Price: Free By: Trend Micro macOS: 10.10 or later Size: 7.3MB Verdict: Get a copy of this free app, it is really useful.

This entry was posted on 22.05.2017.