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XTree

Introduced in 1985 by the Xtree Company, it was the first program to help DOS users manage hard disks by providing a hierarchical display of directories. Versions for Windows came later, and XtreeGold added file viewers.
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The product flows from the XTree to a subsea manifold via a jumper (Figure 2).
Along those lines, once I get my Linux system up and running, I'm making a virtual beeline to the XTree Fan Page at XTreeFanPage.
XOS: an Operating System for the XTREE Architecture.
Using a utility such as Norton, XTree Gold or Cleansweep, make a list of all recently deleted files.
XTree Gold allows us to check the composite images and to keep good control over the entire system.
It's similar to XTREE and QDOS--programs that act as shells for DOS--but it does substantially more.
From Cheyenne Software to XTree Company, to Arcada Software, to OutBack, to GoAmerica, and now Roaming Messenger, Mr.
Half the respondents used software utilities, with 46% of them working with Symantec's Norton Utilities, 21% with Central Point's PC Tools and 6% with Xtree.
XTree offers XTree LAN Tools, a feature-rich application suite that provides solid software solutions for a range of network management problems and issues.
Bob began his career as a Product Line Manager at Hewlett Packard, and since then has held a number of senior marketing and general management positions with high-tech software companies, including Ashton-Tate, XTree, Central Point and Adaptiv Software.
One of the best surprises for Novell users is Xtree Tools for Networks (XTree Company, 4330 Santa Fe Road, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401).