Morfic FileExtractor is an approachable software solution that facilitates a quick method for extracting files from images and archives. It doesn't have any program requirements.

The tool offers support for Atari ST images (ST, MSA), CD and DVD images (ISO, NRG, BIN, CUE, MDF, MDS, CCD, IMG), RAR archives, installer archives (CAB), along with the Standard ISO-9660, ISO-9660 (with Joliet extension) and ISO-13346 (UDF) structures for CD/DVD images.

Its interface is user-friendly, consisting of a large window with an integrated tree view, which you can use to easily explore the files within images or archives.

One or more selected files can be extracted to any part of the hard drive by opening the right-click menu and indicating a saving directory. Before doing so, you can examine information regarding the name, size, type and time of each file. The status bar shows the total size and count of all files and selected files.

Furthermore, you can associate Morfic FileExtractor with the supported file types, hide the toolbar, change the frequency for automatic update checkups, as well as configure CD and DVD settings regarding the file name with and without the CD text (artist, title, composer, track, album), along with the display of all sessions and structures.

First-time users who find this application difficult to work with can consult a built-in help manual. Keyboard shortcuts are supported for rapidly executing various commands. We haven't experienced any stability issues, since it didn't hang, crash or prompt error messages.

Although it hasn't been updated for a long time, Morfic FileExtractor comes packed with the necessary and suffice options for extracting files from images and archives. It's geared toward all types of users, whether they are advanced or not.