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Ok this is whats happening. Im trying to download a rar file using Zipeg but i dont know how to use it very well. Could anybody that has used the program before help me plz?
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I downloaded Zipeg a long time ago, and if I remember correctly, it's just for creating files, right? For extracting archives, you'll want the Unarchiver.

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Unarchiver is already installed in the mac right? Well if it is, could u tell me how to download the rar file?
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It's a third-party app that you have to download. Then extract it from the Zip archive and drag it into your Applications folder. Run it and go into preferences (Command+,) and associate it with all formats.

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Ok then. Thank you very much!
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