Dec 172017
Shareware disk unfragmenter. An extremely fast and competent program. Better than most commercial equivalents.
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Shareware disk unfragmenter. An extremely fast and competent program. Better than most commercial equivalents.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
BRAND.DOC 991 461 deflated
BRAND.EXE 16058 10720 deflated
ORG.CFG 1778 593 deflated
ORG.EXE 65460 35783 deflated
ORG30.DOC 54072 15215 deflated
ORGREG.TXT 3427 1168 deflated
README.1ST 4295 1851 deflated
README.BIX 1805 832 deflated
TPCREAD.ME 199 165 deflated

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Contents of the README.1ST file

ORG (c) - The only Disk Organizer Utility to truly deserve the name

This package contains the shareware copy of ORG version 3.0, a
super-fast Disk Organizer Utility with many additional features
including "on-the-fly" file sort and delete functions.

ORG does not require any special installation procedure to run.
Simply copy the files ORG.EXE and ORG.CFG to a directory on your
hard disk and, at the DOS prompt type:

ORG [d:] [/SIM]

where d: is any valid drive letter on your computer, except a RAM
or Network drive. The /SIM option simulates the ORGanization
process WITHOUT actually writing to the disk.

Every effort has been made to ensure that the program will work
as described with all MS-DOS machines and that it is free of errors.
First time users are encouraged to use ORG's /SIMulation option to
assure compatibility with other software (disk cache or other
similar resident programs). Refer to chapter 2 (Getting Started)
in the documentation for detailed instructions on how to use ORG.

ORG is copyrighted software. You may however make as many copies as
you like of this shareware version and distribute them to others,
provided that you do not alter the contents of the package in any
way. If you like ORG and use it regularly, you must register your
copy. Instructions for registering ORG are contained in the file
ORGREG.TXT which is included with this package.

When you register, you will receive the latest release of ORG. Also,
you will receive upgrades and enhancements free, for a period of one
year from registration.

The following files should be in this package:

ORG.EXE The ORG program
ORG.CFG A sample configuration file
ORG30.DOC Documentaion file for ORG
ORGREG.TXT ORG registration form
README.1ST This file
README.BIX Special offer for BIX users
BRAND.EXE Branding utility: removes shareware messages
and personalizes your copy.
BRAND.DOC BRAND Documentation

ORG Notes:
ORG30.DOC and BRAND.DOC are a ASCII files formatted to be printed out
on any "dumb" printer. The only control characters they contain are
page breaks, making it easy to display on the screen with virtually
any editor or word processor.

The current version of ORG supports EMS LIM 4 Expanded memory
and Microsoft XMS Extended memory. To use Extended memory with ORG,
you must use an XMS driver such as HIMEM.SYS (supplied with Windows
3.0 and other Microsoft products), 386MAX, QEMM, or similar memory
management software.

At the request of numerous users, I have added the /SIM option which
prevents ORG from actually writing to the drive. This mode can be
very useful to check for conflicts when running ORG on an unknown

ORG will now detect when it is run from a Windows or DesqView "DOS
box" and refuse to run.

ORG 3.0 includes the /T option, a new unique feature:
/T causes ORG to sort all files on the drive in ascending order by
date/time stamp. This effectively places the newest files LAST on
the drive. Most of our daily work only involves a small number of
files which we use over and over again. Thus, placing these files
at the end of the unfragmented area of the drive not only makes
subsequent defragmentation faster, it acts proactively to prevent
fragmentation! To minimize ORGanization time, the /T option will
not move a file that is already contiguous, even if its date and
time have changed. To obtain the best results with the /T option,
first re-order all your files on the drive specifying BOTH the /T
and the /F option. Subsequent runs with the /T option alone will
only defrag any files that have become unfragmented.

Mike H. Greve
February 22, 1992

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