WinRAR: Version 5.90 for Windows, Linux, Mac and Android released: WinRAR 5.90 Final has been released with many improvements performance and bug fixes for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android operating systems.
For those who aren't aware, WinRar is a file compression and compression software from RARLAB, which supports the distributions of ARJ, BZIP2, CAB, GZ, ISO, JAR, LHA, RAR, TAR, UUE, XZ, Z, ZIP, ZIPX, 7z and 001.
There is also a free trial of the program, that is you can use WinRAR for a specific time before you buy it.
As already mentioned, WinRAR 5.90 comes with several performance improvements, including better support of the CPU and a greater number of threads. Below you will find in detail the most important changes in the new version.
- Greater speed compression for processors with 16 and more cores.
- Higher compression ratio for RAR5 format.
- The maximum number of threads is increased from 32 to 64. The -mt command can now range from 1 to 64.
- The "Multithreading" parameter was replaced by "Threads". Here you can set the number of threads with values from 1 to the number of threads Processor you.
- WinRAR now shows the size of the compressed files.
- The "Total folders" field was added to the parameters displayed by the "Info" command.
- There is now a window showing progress and a cancellation button for forms that take longer. Eg: tar.gz and tar.bz2.
- It allows you to resize windows.
- Great improvement of RAR5 format file recovery.
- The recovery command for RAR5 files can now be used without entering a password.
- If there is no envelope of the command "Convert archives", the program tries to create it. This was not the case in the older ones publications of WinRAR.
- Added export support for GZIP files.
- The "repair" command that indicated that file recovery is invalid while it actually was.
- The error where WinRAR ignored the "quick open information" option (if it was "Do not add") when searching for content.
- The Ctrl + C shortcut now works in the comment box of the file.
- The error where WinRAR ignored the destination path in the file header if the option to create separate documents for each file was active.