For Immediate Release (97-Feb-10)
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MAXI Disk v4.1 to premiere on CNET Feb 17
Herne Data Systems is pleased to announce the premiere of MAXI Disk
version 4.1 for Windows 3.x and Windows 95 exclusively on CNET.
MAXI Disk is a floppy disk formatting and copying utility that
gives more space on the disks.
MAXI Disk version 4.1 for Windows, the easy way to format and copy disks
with Windows, is packed with features including:
MAXI style extended capacity disks give you 420k on a 360k disk,
800k on a 720k disk, 1.4 meg on a 1.2 meg disk, 1.6 meg on a 1.44
meg disk, and 3.2 meg on a 2.88 meg disk, without any data compression,
and in most cases without any special drivers. DMF disks are a special
format used by Microsoft for software distribution. With MAXI, you can
now make backups of your original DMF disks in one simple step.
- Format any standard DOS disk type,including MAXI
style extended capacity disks;
- Copy any type of DOS disk in one easy step,
including MAXI style extended capacity disks;
- Format and/or copy Microsoft 1.7 meg DMF disks;
- Format and/or copy Macintosh 1.44 meg disks;
- Copy virtually any type of non-DOS disk in a single pass;
- Create floppy disk image files on your hard drive to make future
- Analyze an unknown disk and determine its type;
- Improved speed for Win'95.
MAXI Disk works with Windows 3.1 as well as Windows'95.
MAXI Disk will only format floppy disks. It will not let you format a
hard drive, even accidentally.
Single user copies of MAXI Disk can be obtained for only $25 (US)
or $29 (Canadian, including GST) plus $2.00 shipping and
handling for North American addresses, $4.00 for elsewhere.
Unlimited user site licenses are available for $100.00 (US) or
On Feb 17 and 18, shareware copies will be available for download
exclusively through CNET.
CNET: The Computer Network (Nasdaq: CNWK) is at the
leading edge of media companies, integrating television
programming with a network of sites on the World Wide Web. In
both media, CNET provides authoritative information on
computers, the Internet, and future technology through offerings
easily recognized by their superior look and feel. CNET's Web
sites combine breakthrough interactive technology with engaging
content and design, and are widely accepted as setting new
standards for excellence in the medium. The company's television
programming, which airs on USA Network, the Sci-Fi Channel,
and in national syndication, reaches an estimated weekly audience
of over 8 million viewers.
CNET's DOWNLOAD.COM (http://www.download.com) is an organized
collection of the best free-to-download software available on
the Internet which groups the programs into categories for
easy browsing and offers helpful instruction on how to locate
and download software.
Herne Data Systems specializes in operating system enhancement utilities
for DOS and Windows and custom programming. We developed the concept
of extended capacity disks in 1988 with the introduction of MAXIForm
for MS-DOS. Evaluation versions of all of our products are available
from our web site at: http://www.herne.com
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