Dec 182017
 
Disk Commander Utilities Part 1.
File DSKCMD-A.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
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Disk Commander Utilities Part 1.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
DCI.EXE 28868 15034 deflated
DISK210.DOC 145704 28731 deflated
README.DOC 1798 914 deflated
TPCREAD.ME 199 165 deflated
UPDATE.HIS 2799 1260 deflated

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Contents of the README.DOC file


08-16-1987


Distribution Notice:

Disk Commando 2.10 offers several features of the Advanced Norton
Utilities along with the Mace Utilties. Some of these features
include: Unerase, disk optimizer, disk testing, and disk editor.

Because this software is shareware, Sandi and I are counting on
individuals who use the software to register. After talking it over
with several other shareware authers on how to get people to register,
Sandi and I have come up with the following distribution scheme for our
software:

"The software is fully functional and with complete documentation.
But, all the full screen utilities have a shareware notice log on
screen. Also, all the boxes on the screen are drawn in reverse-video
white-blinking '$'s to remind the user of the requested registration."


Registered users will receive a serialized copy of the lastest
version of the DISK COMMANDO utilities and printed documentation for
$40.00. Multiple copy orders and corporate users should read
documentation for more information.

Getting Started:

First, print and read the 45 page manual. Then run the Disk
Commando Integrator (DCI.EXE) to get a general feel for the DISK
COMMANDO package.

NOTE!!!!! Print the maunal in 12 cpi on your printer!

Benefits to registered users:

-update notices.
-unlimited free updates if you provide the mailer, disk, and postage.
-unlimited phone support.
-25% discount on registration of our other software programs


How to Register:

Send check to: Sandi & Shane Stump
Box 276125
San Antonio, Texas 78225-6125

or call (512) 670-8835 for COD, Visa, or Master Card orders.


Purchase Orders are accepted.


Happy Computing!

Shane Stump



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