No. I meant that by changing to .zip, you could open it with winzip? I am aware of Winrars options.Nah, no need to change the extension. Winrar can open zips or rars (or many other types) by default.
You can customize when you install or if installed already, in the program, Options | Settings | Integration
Associate the program with whatever ya want.
That practice is not as common as it used to be. Back when people would download files via "newsgroups" and binaries it was the standard M.O., nowadays it's fairly uncommon.That's because if the downloads are huge, it can be broken into multiple parts using rars. If one file is downloaded corrupt, all that needs to be done is to download that tiny part again, instead of the whole thing.
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