Something I've been doing a bit of lately and thinking - "This is crazy".
I have hundreds of (small) password protected RAR files. I want to remove the password (or rebuild each archive as it currently is - minus the password).
There is no password cracking or anything needed - I already know the password and supply it as an input to the process.
Currently I have to open each archive - supply the password - extract the contents to a new folder - if successful I delete the original archive and recreate a new archive without the password (& optionally delete the extracted intermediate files?)
This would be useful if WinRAR could do this in one step, but it cannot (as far as I can tell).
A small gui allowing the selection of one or more RAR files (even ZIP?) and the supply of a password - walk away to make a cup of coffee, and return to a folder of "password free" archives (with the original filenames) would be a big time saver (especially when doing this over 200 rar files).
For extra points
- the reverse could be possible - password protect an existing archives contents (I'm sure someone would use it).