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Windows users trade files with Mac

A new program allows PC users to read and write to Macintosh files in Windows 95.

Digital Instrumentation Technology has released a program that allows PC users to read and write to Macintosh files, including graphics, in Windows 95.

Targeted at users who move large files from external drives to hard disk drives, TransferPro for Windows 95 is compatible with SCSI external drives from major vendors including SyQuest, Iomega, and Bernoulli, as well as with data-shuffle drives, SCSI hard drives, and Floptical drives.

Digital Instrumentation also makes Macintosh transfer programs for Unix and Windows 3.x systems. TransferPro for Windows 95 is available now for $189.