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Re: Yes, indeed!

Posted By: Greg Akers <>
Date: Oct-15-1999 4:49 p.m.

In Response To: yes (Louie)

> I love this program. It was such a cool utility. Somewhere I still have
> xtree gold. great web site idea.

Agreed, Louie. But, XTreeGold is STILL a very cool utility ! Dig it out, dust it off, and give it another try. It's still a quick and powerful help with some basic file manipulations. If you run it in Win9x or NT you may need to re-set the Logging Method to "Standard" instead of "Quick" to make it work properly. See other messages here, or articles elsewhere here on Mathias' great XTree Fan Page web site .

And, if you gave up on the XTreeGold you love because of it's 16-bit limitations and limited memory, then take heart ! Now there is the terrific ZTREEWIN 32-bit clone of XTree that looks and feels the same, but works with all the power of Win32 including long file names and unlimited memory for logging todays huge hard disks. (New world record: 3,769,692 logged files on a single drive!)

Download a free evaluation version of ZTreeWin from http://www.ZTREE.com/ (where there's also ZTreeBold for OS/2 users) and see what you think. Other ZTree users (including the author!) would be glad to read your comments on the ZTreeWin Forum at http://www.serve.com/vico/bbs1/config.cgi after you've tried it. You can ask questions, offer suggestions and get/give help there.

Registered ZTree users ($30 cheap) also get unlimited e-mail support. What a bargain for such a terrific utility! Try it.

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