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New ZTreeWin v1.47s Available!

Posted By: Greg Akers <>
Date: Nov-23-2000 4:04 a.m.

For those who might not know, a little background from the ZTreeWin Homepage:

"ZTreeWin is a text-mode file/directory manager for Windows 95/98/NT and 2000. It has been developed as a successor to the legendary DOS file-manager XTreeGold (tm), which its owners have abandoned, in todays GUI-centric computing world. Whilst I am sure you are aware of the virtues of hierarchical file-management, you know the disadvantages of the former 'real-mode' DOS utility. ZTreeWin has been developed to provide all the powerful functionality of the past, while avoiding all the real-mode DOS imposed limitations."

"A few advantages of ZTreeWin:"

"No 640K memory barrier...log an unlimited number of disks and files"

"Supports long file and directory names"

"Allows use of any current or future archiving programs"

Download the last ZTreeWin released version, v1.41, from > for a free 30-day trial!

Then you can download and install the latest ZTreeWin beta version, v1.47s , from > to upgrade the last release, v1.41, to the latest and greatest!

"Beta releases only contained files changed since the last full release. They must be installed over the top of the last full release - v1.41."

"These releases are work in progress, and as such, should not be publicly re-distributed!"

"Each beta contains all previous fixes - you only need to install the most recent!"

"Please be aware that it is not possible to install a beta release using ZTreeWin itself! You must first quit ZTreeWin and manually use your favourite unzipping utility to replace the existing files."

>ZTreeWin Beta Page

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