RAR file, techie people to be already familiar about the RAR file and unknown users sometimes heard anywhere. While many Windows users who are new to using Apple’s OS X platform. Since, they do not know to operate Mac System and run Application in actual Way. Here I’m talking about RAR files, it’s a kind of file format developed by Software Engineer Eugene Roshal. So for those all folks here I described how to Extract and Open RAR file in Mac. RAR file is a single file that does work to compress to multiple files into a single one. it makes documents sharing fast and precise.
Generally, most of users expects two way to do files compress first is .RAR extension and second is .Zip extension files. Both ways are awesome to make large data compress without loss.
Following simple approach will let you to Extract and Open RAR file in Mac OS X. Note – All macOS Sierra, OS X EI Capitan, OS X Yosemite, OS X Mavericks and earlier users can apply this way.
Way to Unachieved or Extract and Open RAR file in Mac – OS X 10.12, OS X 10.11
You’re looking for a way to Open RAR extension file on Mac. So you have to do extract it or either open it on internet. But secure way of extract RAR file is offline mode using Application. For that, there is no any built-in utility tool to open up or Extract .RAR archive file on Mac. So, you need to download and install it first on your Mac.
There are few programs on Mac App Store that can help you to handle or Extract and Open RAR file in Mac. Let’s here I will explain how to handle RAR file on Mac using The unarchiver utility app.
The unarchiver is tinny program. It does work to handle common format like Zip, RAR (including version 5) 7-Zip and Bzip2, and Tar.
Step 1. Download and install The Unarchiver app from Mac App Store.
Step 2. After successfully installed Unarchiver app, you become eligible to open RAR file in Mac easily.
Step 3. To Extract RAR document – Right click on RAR file on your Mac and then Choose Open With and Seclet The unarchiver.
Step 4. The Unarchiver will extract the compressed folder into the same folder.