DOS file managers are mostly text-view, though some do use a mouse if one is installed. As the operating system is no longer maintained by its original manufacturer, many of the early and famous DOS file managers, Norton Commander, XTree, and DOSShell are also only supported by a fan base, but it is a large and enthusiastic fan base.
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The FreeDOS Shell
An open source clone of Dos Shell originally written for FreeDOS. Download links and a screenshot are available.
Jeffrey C. Johnson
Inventor of the directory tree and XTreeGold tells the XTree story.
Official homepage of the NC-Clone, free download of the latest version. English and German versions.
XTree Fan Page
Dedicated to the legendary XTree filemanager, containing version history, survey of Shareware-clones, tips and tricks, download section, FAQ.
Last update:January 2, 2007 at 19:57:18 UTC