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MS-DOS manuals. Operating Systems.

Definition of MS-DOS

(1) Acronym for disk operating system. The term DOS can refer to any operating system, but it is most often used as a shorthand for MS-DOS (Microsoft disk operating system). Originally developed by Microsoft for IBM, MS-DOS was the standard operating system for IBM-compatible personal computers.
The initial versions of DOS were very simple and resembled another operating system called CP/M. Subsequent versions have became increasingly sophisticated as they incorporated features of minicomputer operating systems. However, DOS is still a 16-bit operating system and does not support multiple users or multitasking.

For some time, it has been widely acknowledged that DOS is insufficient for modern computer applications. Microsoft Windows helped alleviate some problems, but still, it sat on top of DOS and relied on DOS for many services. Even Windows 95 sat on top of DOS. Newer operating systems, such as Windows NT and OS/2 Warp, do not rely on DOS to the same extent, although they can execute DOS-based programs. It is expected that as these operating systems gain market share, DOS will eventually disappear. In the meantime, Caldera, Inc. markets a version of DOS called DR-OpenDOS that extends MS-DOS in significant ways.
 

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Computerhope S-DOS tutorials A complete brief overview of each of the MS-DOS commands.
Computerhope MS-DOS commands A complete brief overview of each of the MS-DOS commands.
DOS tutor "This tutorial gives you an opportunity to try basic MS-DOS commands. By following the procedures in this section, you will learn to:
-View the contents of a directory
-Change from one directory to another
-Create and delete directories
-Change from one drive to another
-Copy files
-Rename files
-Delete files
-Format a floppy disk."
Using MS-DOS 7 Commands Excellent MS-Dos command list tutorial. Every command explained with examples
MS-DOS 7 Commands MS-Dos command list tutorial. Every command explained with their options and many examples
MS-DOS Commands MS-Dos command list tutorial. Every command briefly explained.
MS-DOS Commands List and detailed description of every DOS command.
Easydos MS-DOS Commands MS-Dos command list tutorial. Every command briefly explained.
Internal MS-DOS Commands Internal DOS commands.
External MS-DOS Commands External DOS commands.
MS-DOS Internal and External Commands Internal and external DOS commands.
MS-DOS 6.22 Help Excellent help documentation for DOS. Well structured and categorized for an easy access.
DOS 6.22 Help and up (1)
DOS 6.22 Help and up (2)
MS-DOS versions 6.22 and up.
MS-DOS Command List Tutorial Brief description of every DOS command.
Complete list of commonly MS-DOS Commands Complete list of commonly used MS-DOS commands.   
         

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