LFNit! – Single User Pack

LFNit! restores long filenames after old software has screwed them up e.g. If you create a .zip, all your long filenames will be lost. By including the batch file created by LFNit!, you can restore all long filenames after you unzip the files. Very useful with old file- transfer, compression, tape backup or file management software. Safe-doesn’t use direct disk access. FAT32 and Windows 95/98/NT compatable. 400K disk.

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