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ZeroIn speeds up your command prompt by replacing the CD command.
You can quickly change between long name directories because ZeroIn allows you to abbreviate and miss-spell their names. It tracks recently visited directories to make re-visiting them very easy. It also keeps a list of user-defined aliases, so that a short alias like 'sys' maps to 'c:\windowsNT\system32' e.g.
ZeroIn includes both a 32-bit version and a 16-bit version for backward compatibility. The 32-bit version of ZeroIn runs under Microsoft® Windows® 7 and x64, Vista®, Vista 64, 2008/2003 Server, XP, 2000. The 16 bit version of ZeroIn runs under DOS, Windows 3.x, 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 and XP, but does not show long filenames.
Features • Sophisticated matching engine allows you to abbreviate directory names and even type them incorrectly - eg "\WINODWS" will find "\WINDOWS". • Eliminate the tedium of typing Windows 95 long filenames (which it supports fully). • History list of your 20 most recently visited directories. You can re-visit the previous directory or any recent directory very easily. • Up to 20 aliases that map names you supply to your most commonly used directories. • If there are no matches ZeroIn can create the directory for you. It will supply a list of the best partial matches so far. • Environment variable that specifies where the history and alias information is kept. This is very useful for networks that use a shared executable. • Supports wildcard matching. * is ALWAYS added so W -> W*.* • If there is more than one match you can choose from a list, which can be pages long. If necessary, very long directory names are folded with \...\ characters to fit on to the screen. • Common abbreviations: . -> .. Save typing going up one level ... -> ..\.. Save typing going up two levels .... -> ..\..\.. Save typing going up three levels etc " " -> \ Space saves finding that (back)slash key \\ -> \*\ Saves hitting [Shift+8] • Doesn't care if you use Unix '/' or DOS '\'. • Network compatible. • You can change drives at the same time. • Does NOT use index files of any sort, so... • Perform multilevel matches eg \*\doc finds all second level doc directories. • Adapts to your screen mode - 25/43/50 lines. • Sets error level if no directory found.