Direc-Tree by John Sweeney
4 Santa Bella Road
P.O. Box 2426
Rolling Hills, California, 90274
Micro-Z has enhanced an already handy productóDirec-Treeóby adding an editor and the ability to
execute a large list of programs automatically. This so-called "shell program" had previously been
favorably reviewed for its ability to convert the impenetrable DOS 2.0+ tree structure to something fairly
friendly for the non-tech customer. The newest version is labeled "3.5."
Direc-Tree makes DOS more livable by presenting the inherent tree structure visually. Next it eliminates
the long chain of hierarchical typing that DOS requires by replacing it with highlighted graphics and
function keys. This effectively reduces the typing needed by 70 percent or perhaps more. You can do
everything you can do in DOS (except FORMAT the hard disk) only far faster and with less confusion
about where you are in DOS.