Contents of the README.TXT file
XFILE v2.0 -Low profile multifunctional
desktop utility designed for Windows 3.1.
Features include drag-n-drop file/directory
deletion, multi-drive file finder, program
launcher, timed program execution, unlimited
alarms, system resource monitor, memory
monitor, quick Windows exit, and general
system information. Displays time, date,
resources, and memory. Produced by Phase
33 Digital, Inc. $18.95
Files included on this disk:
XFILE.EXE.....................the application program
XFILE.HLP.............the Windows Help File for XFile
ORDER.TXT...file containing details on ordering XFile
1. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
XFile is a low-profile, multifuntional utility program for
the Windows environment. Diverse features such as fast
file deletions, alarms, and system monitoring make XFile
a handy day-to-day desktop companion.
Features of the XFile application include:
* Drag and drop file/directory deletion.
* Multi-drive file finder.
* Program launcher.
* Timed Program execution.
* Optional display of time, date, resources, and memory.
* Unlimited alarms with user-defined messages.
* Configurable resource monitor and alarm.
* Configurable memory monitor and alarm.
* Optional resetting of system time and date.
* Informational reports on various software and hardware
components of the user's system.
XFile is offered to the user as shareware. For more
information about becoming a registered user of XFile,
please refer to help file included with the application or
see the section on ordering (found at the end of this file).
2. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS:
XFile requires Windows 3.1 or higher to operate; a mouse
is highly recommended for the file operations of the program.
3. PROGRAM INSTALLATION:
While XFile may be run from a floppy disk, it is highly advisable
that the application program, XFILE.EXE, and the help file,
XFILE.HLP, be copied to any convenient location on your hard drive.
It also suggested that XFile be placed in your Windows "StartUp"
group so it is always available on the desktop.
XFile makes NO changes to any DOS or Windows configuration files.
It does create a parameter file called XFILE.INI, which is placed
in the default Windows directory (usually C:\WINDOWS).
4. "UNINSTALLING" XFILE:
If you wish to delete XFile from your system, simply delete the
following files from your system: XFILE.EXE, XFILE.HLP, and
XFILE.INI (this file is placed in your default Windows directory,
5. ORDERING INFORMATION:
As noted above, XFile is offered to the user as shareware. If
you find the program to be of value and continue to use it, you
are expected to pay the registration fee. XFile is also offered
in an enhanced or professional edition, sporting more features
and utilities. Ordering information can be found within the XFile
help file (XFILE.HLP) or within the accompanying ORDER.TXT file.
6. DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY:
THIS SOFTWARE AND DOCUMENTATION ARE SOLD "AS IS" AND WITHOUT
WARRANTIES AS TO PERFORMANCE OF MERCHANTABILITY OR ANY OTHER
WARRANTIES WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. BECAUSE OF THE VARIOUS
HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE ENVIRONMENTS INTO WHICH THIS PROGRAM MAY
BE PUT, NO WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS
OFFERED. GOOD DATA PROCESSING PROCEDURE DICTATES THAT ANY
PROGRAM BE THOROUGHLY TESTED WITH NON-CRITICAL DATA BEFORE
RELYING ON IT. THE USER MUST ASSUME THE ENTIRE RISK OF USING
THE PROGRAM. ANY LIABILITY OF THE SELLER WILL BE LIMITED TO
PRODUCT REPLACEMENT OR REFUND OF PURCHASE PRICE.