Category : Windows 3.X Files
Archive   : WRU311.ZIP
Filename : README.ATW

Output of file : README.ATW contained in archive : WRU311.ZIP

Thank you for evaluating WRU - The Windows 3.1 file finder. This Shareware
version is identical to the registered version except for the Shareware Version
messages added to the titles of the main and status windows.


Both the Sahreware and Registered versions of WRU are supplied with an
automated install program. You can use the supplied INSTALL.EXE or copy
the files to a sub-directory manually. None of the files in the WRU Package
are compressed. WRU does not modify INI files in any of your Windows
directories and the INSTALL program places ALL of the files in a single
directory (which you can select).

To install WRU simply load windows and select run from the file menu and browse
to the directory WRU has been placed and select the INSTALL.EXE file.

Current Versions:

The current version of WRU is v3.1.1.

To be sure you have the latest versions of all of the AT-Ware Windows products
call one of the following:

East Coast
Blue Ridge Express - Richmond VA (804)790-1675
(use the ATWare sub-board)

West Coast
MindKeep - Sacramento CA (916)723-1657
(use the ATWare room)

CompuServe Forums

To locate any of AT-Ware's programs use the IBM finder located at


and search for the keyword AT-Ware or User ID [71022,1115]

Any problems or questions can reach me at any of the locations listed above.

I would like to thank Webb (Blue Ridge Express) and Jeff (MindKeep) for giving
AT-Ware room on their systems.


To print the documentation simply enter

copy wru.doc prn
print wru.doc

I hope you like WRU (suggestions welcome)!

Richard A. Nichols
720 Sunrise Ave. #28
Roseville, CA 95661

  3 Responses to “Category : Windows 3.X Files
Archive   : WRU311.ZIP
Filename : README.ATW

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

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: