This simple freeware converts your documents from Unix text-line endings to DOS line endings and vice versa, though it can't process files in batch mode.
Unix2DOS is a self-executable file that offers a bare-bones interface that contains two option buttons and a single button for executing conversion. Most users will find the interface easy to understand. You can easily select a text file by browsing your computer using the standard Windows open dialog box. However, it lacks the ability to select multiple files and perform batch-file conversion. The program did its job fairly well, converting files in a snap. Black boxes between text lines are replaced with new lines after conversion.
Despite the lack of ability to work in batches, this basic free program can still be useful to those who transfer files between UNIX and DOS systems.
A GUI utility to convert text files from Unix format (LF) to DOS format (CRLF). It can also convert from DOS format to Unix format. It is very useful for reading text files that were created in Unix or Linux on a Windows based machine.