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Quick Reference Guide to MS-DOS Commands

Introducing Version 4 and the DOS Shell

Instant answers to your DOS questions! This popular guide, by the author of the bestselling RUNNING MS-DOS, puts essential information about your PC's operating system at your fingertips. All DOS, batch, configuration, and Edlin commands are included.

Entries contain:

  • concise command descriptions, with command options and exact syntax
  • practical examples
  • notes on version differences through version 4

This new edition features a comparison of the new DOS Shell commands and their command-line equivalents.

Perfect for laptops, desktops, quick refreshers, or self-study. A great complement to RUNNING MS-DOS.

Look for these other titles from Microsoft Press and Van Wolverton - the DOS experts!
Running MS-DOS
Supercharging MS-DOS
Quick Reference Guide to Hard Disk Management

ISBN : 1556151969

Publisher : Microsoft Press

Author : Van Wolverton

Format : Paperback

-Van Wolverton-




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Quick Reference Guide to MS-DOS Commands




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