DOS, the Complete Reference

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Osborne McGraw-Hill, 1993 - Computers - 1121 pages
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This reference text presents information every DOS user, from beginners to advanced, should need to work effectively with DOS. The book contains 46 chapters, each consisting of a beginner's section, hands-on examples, advanced concepts, a summary and key terms. The author also provides a complete command reference, organized by alphabetical order. Readers should find all the answers to their DOS questions in this book.

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Contents

Getting to Know Your Computer
1
Getting DOS Started
31
Issuing DOS Commands
43
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Worldwide, millions of computer users regard Dr. Kris Jamsa as one of the leading experts and authors in the industry. He is the author of over 95 books covering a wide range of topics in computer technology, security, graphics, networking, and programming. Kris received his bachelor's degree in computer science from the United States Air Force Academy. During his tenure in the Air Force, Dr. Jamsa worked as a VAX/VMS system manager, overseeing computer hardware, software and network security. He received his Master's Degree in computer science from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and his doctorate in computer science with an emphasis on operating systems from Arizona State University. In 1997, Dr. Jamsa earned an MBA degree from San Diego State University.

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