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Still River DOS Shell, very popular.
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Still River DOS Shell, very popular.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
CONFIG.SYS 12 12 stored
READ.ME 4171 1556 deflated
REGISTER.BAT 26 26 stored
REGISTER.FRM 3691 808 deflated
SR.DOC 92830 20370 deflated
SR.EXE 95237 47181 deflated
SR.TXT 1502 777 deflated
SRF1.BAT 1220 453 deflated
SRUPDATE.HIS 7552 2378 deflated
SRVER258.DOC 7808 1961 deflated

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Contents of the READ.ME file

P.O. BOX 57, STILL RIVER, MA 01467

RE: Version 2.58

The enclosed program (SR.EXE) and documentation (SR.DOC) are for
version 2.58 of the STILL RIVER SHELL user supported software.

The Still River Shell is a powerful DOS enhancement utility
providing a fast, precise and simple tool for file and directory
management as well as a high performance command interface to
DOS. The Still River Shell will reduce your DOS work effort by
over 80% in terms of time and key strokes. In fact, when you
order the complete manual and latest copy of the Shell, it comes
with a 90 DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. If you are not satisfied
with the Still River Shell, just return the manual and diskette
for a full refund. We think you will find the Still River Shell
is just the beauty you need for your beast. Listed: 1987 and
1988 in PC SIG's TOP 100 Shareware Programs.

If this is your first copy of the Shell, the following is a brief
summary of the Still River Shell's features:

- Eliminate almost all command and filename typing.

- Keep a stack of 20 of your prior DOS commands for instant
recall, WP type command line edit and execution.

- Turn your directory into a menu you scroll through,
selecting items for operations.

- Copy, move, delete and list files and directories with
single keystroke command selection.

- Automatic generation of command, file and directory names on
your command line.

- Pass a DOS command line for each file in a set of tagged

- Tag, untag, reverse and recall tag individual files, ranges
of files or all files either directory or system wide.

- See realtime file, directory and disk information as you
execute commands.

- Find files, or text within files, easily anywhere on your
system with one command and operate (view, edit, copy etc)
directly against the found file lists.

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- Display graphically directory tree structures and use tree
display to make, remove or list directories.

- View the contents of a file in character or hex.

- Sort files by physical order, attribute, name, extension,
size or date.

- Protect against accidentally copying onto existing files.

- Modify file attributes.

- Backup large directories onto multiple diskettes.

- Define your own extensions to the Shell's command set. For
example: touch a key to edit, with your editor, the file
your pointing at; or, execute the file; or, archive it; or,
however you choose to define the 40 user definable keys.

- Set flexible, stored configuration options including color,
initial sort, etc.

The Still River Shell runs on the IBM PC, XT, AT & PS/2 or
compatibles under PC-DOS or MS-DOS versions 2.n and 3.n; occupies
a minimum of 94K but does NOT stay resident when it terminates.

Thank you for your interest in the Still River Shell.


Bill White

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