DOS BATCH FILE OFFER
I have opened my batch file collection to all.
Included in the package are batch files to do:
Because these batch files are in their raw state and were written with my DR-DOS setup in mind, I have kept the price low. It essentially covers my effort to upload and send them to you. Although most of the examples shown at this website are included, understand that they too are in a state as written for my setup. Modifications will likely be required for you to run them.
Those employing non-DOS systems must be made aware that many of my batch files use modern updates to DOS commands such as XSET and XXCOPY. These and some other regular DOS commands may not be on your systems. To use those files, modifications will be necessary or those updates will have to be obtained.
Potential users should realise that
no networking batch files are included.
Send me an e-mail with a request for the batch files. Use Batch File Request in the subject line. Upon receiving it, I will send you an address after which, simply send $5.00 (Canadian or American funds) along with your return e-mail address, plus a city and country for my reference.
When sending e-mails to me, be sure that:
If you have done all the above and still do not see a reply from me, please resend your e-mail, and/or leave a voice message with your first and last name and a return phone number. (902) 463-7418. (Nova Scotia, Canada)
I can assure you that I answer all e-mails.
So to those that think I am snubbing you, it's
because of one of the above issues.
Batch files will only be sent via e-mail. Please do not request that I use post. I just don't have time to deal with mailer boxes and a trip to the post office. You must include an e-mail address with the request. I have actually received money from people with no e-mail address attached to which to send the files.
You will receive a .zip file containing the 500-plus files, including many of the examples shown at this website. (Realise that your e-mail address must be able to accept attachments containing DOS batch files.)
Now in reality, you will receive over 1,000 batch files. However, I am only advertising 500 because many of them are similar, some of them are useful only if you have the softwares to which are being referred, and finally, some are only useful if you have the same setup as I. In this latter case, you may make use of the files if you employ the same setup, or you may simply modify the batch files to suit your setup. Given that there is work to do, I have kept the price low.
Be aware that Doctor DOS will not
be responsible for any problems resulting from the
use or mis-use of any of the batch files you receive.