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From: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current)
Subject: SpartaDOS Toolkit / utility / commercial
Posted-By: xx004 (aa700 - Michael Current)
Reply-To: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current)
Date: Tue Apr 21 19:43:29 1992

Reprinted from the A.C.E.C. BBS (614)-471-8559

SpartaDos Toolkit
 by Chuck Wallace

Cost            -29.95
Format          -Disk
Manufactured by -ICD, Inc.
Address         -1220 Rock Street,
                 Suite 310
                 Rockford, Il.

   If you are a SpartaDos user you should own the SpartaDos Toolkit. This is a collection of unreleased utilities for all SpartaD.

   Are you an Atari Dos user who recently switched to SpartaDos. If so you might want to check out the DOSMENU.COM program. It wi.

   For the old SpartaDos users there are many new utilities which I will try to explain in a little detail. The first is RENDIR.C 

   The next couple utilities are MIOCFG.COM and WHEREIS.COM. The MIOCFG.COM file is simply a program to let you save your MIO con.

   Next we come to a few of my favorite programs. SORTDIR.COM will let you sort directories. Not only can you sort filenames alph 

   The next utility is VDEL.COM. It is useful if you have alot of files to delete and no way to wildcard them. Instead of deletin 

  COMMAND.COM is the next program we will look at. It adds 20 programmable function keys, path prompts, screen color change, IBM m

mands by typing help or ? at the D: prompt.

   Finally we have come to the best part of the Toolkit. DISKRX, the disk editor that is alone worth the price of the Toolkit disy

 disk editors and DiskRX blows them out of the water. I have saved many a disk with it. I even have been able to recover files fr 

   All in all I couldn't find anything bad about the toolkit. The price may seem high at first, but it is more than worth it. If .

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