PC Tools f?r Windows 2.0 2.0

Category: Utility
Year: 1994
Description:Images meiner Original-Disketten plus Update-Diskette (Excel 5 Viewer, Word 6 Viewer, 32bit Zugriff, DES2 Verschl?sselung) / / / Images of my original floppy disks plus update disk (Excel 5 viewer, Word 6 viewer, 32bit access, DES2 encryption)
Manufacturer: Central Point Software
Localization: DE
OS: Windows 3.x

Files to download

#9211DISK1.rar1.1 MB0x2088C066
#9212DISK2.rar1.4 MB0xBAF5920A
#9213DISK3.rar1.4 MB0xAEDC9C9A
#9214DISK4.rar1.4 MB0x22D64867
#9215DISK5.rar1.4 MB0xFB30C949
#9216DISK6_DOS.rar484.1 KB0x2A0B4C5A
#9217DISK7_CPR.rar900.7 KB0x2175347A
#9218PCTW2UPD.rar247 KB0xB5B1F45D

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On Tuesday July 2, 2019 Sabo443 said:

@DOS: Being the uploader I'd like to confirm that the update disk "PCTW2UPD" is not an original disk by CP. It is an accumulated collection of all updates available from CPS (I can't remember if CPS Update Service were sending these as separate floppy disks) and I also included FAQs from CPS (I guess from their former ftp server or Symantec server)
DISK1 to DISK7 are from the original retail version.

On Sunday August 19, 2018 DOS said:

Regarding the update disk PCTW2UPD.rar:
This also includes a FAQ, which is English.
The patches all appear to be multi-language.
The included FIX32B.ZIP is similar but not identical to FIX32B.EXE which is available from http://files.mpoli.fi/software​/MISC/UPDATES/FIX32B.EXE and http://cd.textfiles.com/cica/c​ica9603/disk2/disc2/patches/fi​x32b.exe (which have identical directories inside them but different comments):
- The included FIX32B.ZIP contains an additional README.1ST file. Its README.TXT corresponds to README32.TXT in the .exe versions, but they differ slightly in formatting.
- VFATHLP.386, which the README files indicate that Microsoft holds Copyright over and therefore presumably wrote, contain quite a few differences, although both are marked as version 0.01. Disassembly would be required to explain the differences.
- Many of the files in the .exe versions have a timestamp of 02:00, whereas all of the files in the included FIX32B.ZIP have a timestamp of 02:01.
The disk also seems to include someone's personal document, so is presumably not an official, unmodified disk from Central Point.
The included WNDES2.ZIP has the same files in it as http://cd.textfiles.com/wthree​pack/wthreepack-3/SECURITY/WND​ES2.ZIP, but they're not compressed the same.
The included WNEXCEL5.ZIP has the same files in it as http://cd.textfiles.com/cica/c​ica9603/disk2/disc2/patches/ex​cel5.exe, but they're not compressed the same, and the .exe also has a comment from "Central Point Software Online Technical Services". Similarly for WNWORD6.ZIP.
Note for anyone looking for other versions of these files: http://cd.textfiles.com/cica/c​ica9502/disk2/DISC2/PATCHES/ contains EXCEL5.ZIP and WORD6.ZIP files which contain the corresponding .exe files from http://cd.textfiles.com/cica/c​ica9603/disk2/disc2/patches/

On Thursday April 7, 2011 quantengoer09 said:

i cant get it, does someone have disk 5 ?
i have the opriginal, only disk5 is broken (unreadable error).
i need disk5, if you have it, please mail to 7stone@gmx.de

On Wednesday November 10, 2010 annadunst said:

Thanks for share, i will try it.