Category : Windows 3.X Files
Archive   : TBOX11.ZIP
Filename : README.TXT

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Microworks Toolbox v1.1.
Open Desktop for Windows 3.1.
Copyright (c) 1992-93,
Jeff Franks, (Microworks),
Sydney, Australia.
Compuserve 100026,1134.
Release date: Janurary 26, 1993.

Well, here it is, finally! Toolbox v1.1. Bug fixed and UAE
free. Atlast!

Toolbox v1.1 took more work than I thought. At first glance
it might appear much the same, but if you look closer its not!

Many things are different in this version. Most importantly
it looks better and works faster.

You can't just copy the program files into a directory and
press go. You have to use the installation program 'Install.exe'.

You can no longer single click start programs, you have to
double click them.

The Autoload group works differently. Every installed
program now automatically gets launched on Windows startup.

Shredder and Trashcan have been combined into one program
that provides for both file deletion and file recovery.

And there's so much more. I suggest you read the
documentation, Toolbox.wri. It wont take long and it will
tell you every thing you need to know. Installation is easy.
Just follow the instructions below.

1. Copy Bwcc.dll into your Windows system directory (if its not
already there).

2. Unzip to a temporary directory or floppy disk.

3. If this is the first time you have used Toolbox unzip one of the
files, or into the same directory
as in 2. If your screen resolution is 640 by 480 unzip IF640, if
its 800 by 600 unzip and if its 1024 by 768 or above
unzip If you are already running Toolbox you wont need
any of these files.

4. Run Install and follow the instructions.

5. If you find you don't like Toolbox and want to removed it just
run the uninstall program 'Uninstal.exe'.

Thats it! Have fun.


  3 Responses to “Category : Windows 3.X Files
Archive   : TBOX11.ZIP
Filename : README.TXT

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

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