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Here! Here!! Nice tribute!

Posted By: Dan LeGate <>
Date: Monday, 24 August 1998, at 5:29 p.m.

In Response To: Memories of Xtree (Russ Koski)

Russ, I couldn't agree with you more!!!

> point where I felt so comfortable with XTree. XTree taught me how
> the harddisk was laid out and this shortened the learning curve
> substantially.

Yes! It was a fantastic learning tool! I remember getting used to the idea of "sub-directories" when I switched from an Apple II to an IBM PC. Xtree was the only way it all made sense to me - I couldn't understand why plain ole DOS command-line users wanted to do things the hard (and slow) way. Any new machine I'd come across, the first thing I installed (after DOS) was Xtree. I always felt blind without it!

> software programs to (not just file mgrs). XTree is still the greatest
> piece ever written and I expect it will be for some time to come.
> Thanks for this web site that has brought back some great computing
> memories for me.

Agreed! And Ztree is in that category now as well!

Dan

>If you're not already using Ztree, click here!

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