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Oh my God this is classic! XD
I use unrar… Wait? Does that mean that no Linux user will go to heaven?
Hopefully I’m Pastafarian (:
WinRAR gave away free licenses more than a few times. I got one, installed it, but never used it.
Ended up removing it to undo the Explorer integration. I probably have that key still in the password manager somewhere, yep. Seems that 7z always did more than I needed when stuck on MS-Windows.
On Linux, the free unrar always did just fine if forced to use a .rar file.
I’m a fair sorta person, but if they give away licenses, should we be expected to pay?
I’ve always used PeaZip instead.
Using Original Winrar Full Version
Using shared license-key
i bought winrar… i use it to unpack all the pirated movies i download…. that means i will go to heaven…
7-zip renders winrar useless.
I use winrar beta, no prompts to buy. Do I still get into heaven?
I’m still using the old free version of AlZip, and have never seen a need for anything else. Of course, my needs are very rudimentary – zipping and unzipping.
After about 2 years I still have the full trial period??? Do I get into heaven?
I’d gladly pay what it’s worth, but $29 for a simple archiver? Get real! Make it $5 and then it enters the “buy it to stop the pop-ups” territory.
When IBM introduced magnetic hard drives in the 1950s, the price was so astronomical that companies rented them by the month; the rental price of their first hard drive was $3,200 a month (equivalent to about $160,000 today).
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