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Re: XTree IN Windows 98, ZTree FOR Windows 98!

Posted By: Greg Akers <>
Date: Sep-13-2000 4:35 p.m.

In Response To: xtree for windows 98 (jim epps)

> I have used 'xtree' for many years. But now that windows 98 has arrived.
> I can't find a version that works ....HELP!

Resetting the XTreeGold configuration (Alt-F10) for Disk Logging Method from Quick to Standard is the best tip I've seen for using XTG under Win98! That Quick logging method locks up my Win98, too.

XTree is a great combination of a lot of basic PC utilities. Too bad it's development was discontinued just before the advent of long file names, large memory spaces and huge hard disks. This really restricts and limits XTree's use these days.

Fortunately ZTREE picks up where XTree left off and handles today's long file names, large memory spaces, and huge hard disks with ease. And it uses your own favorite external zip/unzip utilities and editor programs , so it doesn't restrict you or get outdated. Download a free evaluation from >>

After the trial version 1.41 of ZTreeWin you might want to try the latest beta version available at >> to see even more enhancements that are about to be released in the new ZTreeWin version 1.50 soon.

Plus, the author of ZTree reads and heeds your comments and suggestions at the ZTreeWin Forum at >> in addition to providing unlimited e-mail support. Most of the differences you'll find between XTreeGold and ZTreeWin were requested by ZTreeWin users in order to enhance the venerable XTreeGold interface for today's 32-bit Windows environments.

Hope this helps you!

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