ExtractNow 4.8.3.0 for Windows

by Nathan Moinvaziri

Avg. Rating 4.4 (371 votes)

File Details

File Size 2.0 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 42,964
Publisher Nathan Moinvaziri
Homepage ExtractNow

Publisher's Description

ExtractNow lets you extract multiple files with ease. Extract more than one archived file at a time, with a click of a button. To extract files, simply drag and drop them into the main program window, or right-click the files while in Windows Explorer. Makes extracting files easier and quicker. Supports ZIP, RAR, ISO, BIN, IMG, IMA, IMZ, 7Z, ACE, JAR, GZ, LZH, LHA and SIT archive formats.

Latest Reviews

uberfly

uberfly reviewed v4.8.0.0 on Aug 7, 2013

This is an awesome app if you need to extract a bunch of archives. Highly configurable. Glad to see the author continues to tinker with it. Use it often.

nvic

nvic reviewed v4.8.0.0 on Aug 5, 2013

Works alright, but I prefer Universal Extractor (more formats supported).

The installer showed a blank "special offer" page, and left a process called bi_installer.exe running and using the network. That process later installed a "Fast Free Converter" and a "Bundled Software uninstaller" that I never approved of, and set itself to run at every startup.

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v4.7.7.0 on Jan 16, 2013

One of those "I wish I could code something like this myself" applications. Small, simple, solves ONE need perfectly. Simply genius. A must-have.

Lsavagejt

Lsavagejt reviewed v4.64 on Jan 9, 2012

Yup. I have yet to need a file this won't extract. It's lightweight and it's granular!

plasticpig72

plasticpig72 reviewed v4.64 on Jan 9, 2012

I find this program to be extremely useful and easy to use - no open candy here either.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v4.62 on May 4, 2011

No open candy here.

Ozzy1

Ozzy1 reviewed v4.62 on May 3, 2011

The spyware that the author has desided to company the new releases destroys this aplication. Look for other applications...

kbsoftware

kbsoftware reviewed v4.6.1.1 on Apr 5, 2011

Decided to look at it once more see if the author got a clue and removed OpenCandy and at first it looked like he/she did but when I went to install it (I love virtualmachines) ESet NOD found OpenCandy again. So I deleted that virtual machine.

I don't have any problems with anyone wanting to make some money with their hard work and creations but this is the wrong way to go.

So as a result I have to recommend that everyone stay away from ExtractNow and look at other alternatives, 7-zip is a good place to start looking.

DonGato

DonGato reviewed v4.59 on Mar 5, 2011

Can confirm it now has OpenCandy that uses data from your computer and location for selecting what additional software to offer you to install with ExtractNow. Most virus software regards this as Spyware/Malware.

kbsoftware

kbsoftware reviewed v4.59 on Mar 3, 2011

I love ESet Smart Security, one of those investments in software that pays off here and there.
After finishing downloading ExtractNow ESet caught and stopped the download. Seems this ExtractNow comes bundled with OpenCandy.
And to me OpenCandy is not just advertising, it's malware, my personal opinion.

Avg. Rating 4.4 (371 votes)
Your Rating
uberfly

uberfly reviewed v4.8.0.0 on Aug 7, 2013

This is an awesome app if you need to extract a bunch of archives. Highly configurable. Glad to see the author continues to tinker with it. Use it often.

nvic

nvic reviewed v4.8.0.0 on Aug 5, 2013

Works alright, but I prefer Universal Extractor (more formats supported).

The installer showed a blank "special offer" page, and left a process called bi_installer.exe running and using the network. That process later installed a "Fast Free Converter" and a "Bundled Software uninstaller" that I never approved of, and set itself to run at every startup.

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v4.7.7.0 on Jan 16, 2013

One of those "I wish I could code something like this myself" applications. Small, simple, solves ONE need perfectly. Simply genius. A must-have.

Lsavagejt

Lsavagejt reviewed v4.64 on Jan 9, 2012

Yup. I have yet to need a file this won't extract. It's lightweight and it's granular!

plasticpig72

plasticpig72 reviewed v4.64 on Jan 9, 2012

I find this program to be extremely useful and easy to use - no open candy here either.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v4.62 on May 4, 2011

No open candy here.

Ozzy1

Ozzy1 reviewed v4.62 on May 3, 2011

The spyware that the author has desided to company the new releases destroys this aplication. Look for other applications...

kbsoftware

kbsoftware reviewed v4.6.1.1 on Apr 5, 2011

Decided to look at it once more see if the author got a clue and removed OpenCandy and at first it looked like he/she did but when I went to install it (I love virtualmachines) ESet NOD found OpenCandy again. So I deleted that virtual machine.

I don't have any problems with anyone wanting to make some money with their hard work and creations but this is the wrong way to go.

So as a result I have to recommend that everyone stay away from ExtractNow and look at other alternatives, 7-zip is a good place to start looking.

DonGato

DonGato reviewed v4.59 on Mar 5, 2011

Can confirm it now has OpenCandy that uses data from your computer and location for selecting what additional software to offer you to install with ExtractNow. Most virus software regards this as Spyware/Malware.

kbsoftware

kbsoftware reviewed v4.59 on Mar 3, 2011

I love ESet Smart Security, one of those investments in software that pays off here and there.
After finishing downloading ExtractNow ESet caught and stopped the download. Seems this ExtractNow comes bundled with OpenCandy.
And to me OpenCandy is not just advertising, it's malware, my personal opinion.

uberfly

uberfly reviewed v4.52 on Oct 19, 2010

Not meant to be a replacement for apps like Winrar or 7Zip. Where it excels is opening a large number of archives in specific situations. Occasionally in my job I need to open a large number of uploaded files in many sub folders. ExtractNow does this with complete ease, being both simple and customizable enough to make it an indispensable tool for me.

qpou

qpou reviewed v4.52 on Oct 19, 2010

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anomoly

anomoly reviewed v4.48 on Sep 1, 2010

I must change my opinion. I used it on a gzipped file that I needed to peek into that freearc did not work with. Still extracts fine with uni extractor.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v4.48 on Aug 31, 2010

best extract program ever made !!!!!

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v4.46 on Jul 21, 2010

Yeah it IS. Funny thing just use uni extractor on it. That way you can delete the open candy crap it tries to install which btw is why it wants internet access if you stupidly install it.
Who needs it anyways. Peazip, 7zip, winrar, and FreeArc, my favorite, are ALL portable and do way more.
On the other hand, it says it can monitor a folder for automatic extraction although I could not get it to work in portable mode
Kinda ridiculous that a small archive extractor that's portable needs installation just for open candy crap. Spare us ALL

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