Actual Rar Repair is an easy to use Windows tool created to repair corrupt or damaged RAR archives.
Although most similar apps require advanced computer knowledge, Actual Rar Repair is much easier to use, mostly thanks to its rather intuitive GUI.
The essential options are all available in just a single screen, but it’s the recovery engine that’s more important this time.
The application requires users to open the damaged archives and scan them for recoverable files, with the results of the process displayed at the bottom of the main window.
Additionally, Actual Rar Repair shows the content of each RAR archive, along with file name, path, uncompressed size and recoverability status.
Once you’re ready to start the repairing process, Actual Rar Repair can help you in two different ways: it can repair just a single archive or all of them at once, in case you opened multiple damaged items.
The repairing task takes some time and that’s not at all a surprise, mostly because Actual Rar Repair needs to extract every single file out of the damaged archive. Only moderate CPU usage was experienced during our testing, with Actual Rar Repair running okay on all Windows versions.
All things considered, Actual Rar Repair is a tool that deserves a try in case you’re struggling to deal with corrupt archives. It relies on a well thought-out interface and while its efficiency also depends on the damage level, it’s most of the time a helpful and resource-friendly application.