In article <38E98FA0.7658DDBF at med.kuleuven.ac.be>,
Przemko Tylzanowski <przemko at med.kuleuven.ac.be> writes:
> <p>Is there a Windows version? What is DOS besides Denial Of Service ?
I do not have available any windows application at
this time. However, assuming that you have Windows 98 or
later, you should have a DOS shell installed. No denial of service
here; DOS is (or was, depending) an acronym for "Disk Operating
System" of pre-graphical operating systems. To run extrace, enter
the "programs" menu under the start option and choose the MS-DOS
prompt option. Change to the directory where you uncompressed
the files and type extrace to invoke the program.
Mark E. Berres
University of Wisconsin-Madison