Recovery Toolbox for RAR has quite a wide range of features. It supports all currently existing variants of the RAR compression format, files created with archiving software versions 1.x, 2.x, 3.x with different compression rates. Besides, Recovery Toolbox for RAR has the following features:
* Recovering information from corrupted password-protected archives of the RAR format
* Recovering information from corrupted files of the RAR format larger than 4 GB
* Recovering information from archives of the RAR format stored on corrupted media (floppy disks, CDs, DVDs, Zip drives, etc.)
* Recovering information from corrupted archives of the RAR format via the local area network
One of the main things Recovery Toolbox for RAR differs from other software in is that it is extremely easy to use. The interface of the RAR recover tool is implemented as a step-by-step wizard. You have to perform only one operation in each step of this wizard. To recover information from a corrupted RAR archive, it is enough to make literally several mouse clicks altogether. Thus, any computer users can use Recovery Toolbox for RAR, including those who have just started working with a PC.
Currently, RAR is one of the most popular formats used to compress any data: documents, audio, video, etc. Archives are usually used in two cases: to store information that is not needed so far and to transfer information via open communications channels. In both cases there is a risk of corrupting the compressed file. After that it will be impossible to open it and, therefore, extract information from it. There may be various reasons why an archive becomes corrupted. If the compressed file is stored on the hard drive, the problem may be caused by failures in the operating system or software, hardware failures, power failures, etc. However, an archive is most likely to be corrupted when you carry it on removable media (CDs and DVDs, floppy disks, ZIP drives, etc.), download it from the Internet or transfer it via e-mail. In these cases, the risk of getting an incorrect compressed file is relatively large.