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Click here to download Fatbits version 2.03 (84 Kbytes)
For those of you that don't like installers (they do tend to poop all over your computer) or you don't have administrator privileges, click here to download FATBITS.ZIP version 2.03 (32 Kbytes). To install, unzip FATBITS.ZIP, place the executable (FATBIT32.EXE) in a folder and make a shortcut to it in your Start Menu. Or you can just place the executable on your Desktop. It doesn't use any other files, so to remove Fatbits just delete it. And Fatbits won't put any settings in the registry unless you ask it to (by selecting "Save Setup" or clicking "OK" in an options dialog).

For those of you still using Windows 3.1 (gasp!), click here to download FATBIT16.ZIP version 1.03 (14 Kbytes), the 16-bit version of Fatbits.
For Windows 95/98/ME/NT4/2000/XP/2003
Fatbits is freeware, which means that you may keep it for private, non-commercial use without paying me so much as a penny. You can also give it to your friends and neighbors, or upload it to other sites as long as FATBITS.TXT stays (unmodified) with the program. Fatbits is also free for educational use (schools and universities) and for use in charity or humanitarian organizations.

If you intend to use Fatbits at your place of business or for commercial purposes (or you're a home user and would like your own personalized copy), please register and purchase it. A single user license costs US $10, and can be purchased by paypal
Terms of Use
or by sending a check or money order to:

John Ridges
2002 Cherry Street
Vicksburg MS 39180

Please include your e-mail address so I can send you a registered copy (which will include your name in the About box).

Commercial Users: please contact me for quantity pricing and discounts.

Fatbits does not contain Adware, Spyware, or any other kind of "ware". It's just what you see. However: There is no warranty either expressed or implied. Use Fatbits at your own risk, I make no guarantees about anything it might do to your programs, data, hardware, or sanity.