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Peter Norton's advanced DOS 5 guide

Peter Norton, Judi N. Fernández, Ruth Ashley - Computers - 1992 - 433 pages
Over 750,000 people have learned to use DOS with Peter Norton's DOS Guide, the industry classic now in its fourth edition. With Peter Norton's Advanced DOS 5, this built-in ...
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Hands-on MS-DOS 5: learn by doing

James D. Watson, Jeffrey Dane Watson - Computers - 1992 - 385 pages
A perfect computer-based, on-screen learning guide to MS-DOS 5 packed with hands-on examples, exercises, and lessons. Features ATI's "Teach Yourself MS-DOS 5" disk-based ...
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The hard disk companion

Robert Jourdain, Peter Norton - Computers - 1991 - 448 pages
Features chapters on disk drive selection, purchase, and installation as well as providing a ready-made library of batch routines to facilitate file access and directory ...
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The Best Book of MS-DOS 5

Alan Simpson - Computers - 1991 - 886 pages
This complete DOS learning tool contains effective tutorials and in-depth information in an up-dated guide to MS-DOS. Contains the best information on maximizing PC performance ...
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Hard disk power with The Jamsa disk utilities

Kris A. Jamsa - Computers - 1990 - 454 pages
This complete hard disk management guide, with the newly developed Jamsa Utilities included on two bound-in disks, teaches readers the fundamentals of hard disk organization ...
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DOS 4 Made Easy

Herbert Schildt - Computers - 1988 - 346 pages
Explains the function of an operating system, introduces the special features of DOS, and discusses file management, commands, and configurations
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DOS6.2 Instant Reference

Robert M. Thomas - Computers - 1993 - 384 pages
Get quick answers to your most pressing questions about the new, enhanced version of DOS. It's all here in the DOS 6.2 Instant Reference. This convenient pocket-sized reference ...
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