DOS 5: an advanced guide to putting Microsoft's breakthrough software to work for you

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Random House, Feb 18, 1992 - Computers - 868 pages
A commonsense guide to the DOS 5 release offers hundreds of practical tips highlighting the system's breakthrough features and sophisticated enhancements and is accompanied by a disk library of macros, utilities, and other DOS enhancements. Original.

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Contents

Part IIInstallation
76
The DOS 5 Difference 11
77
Chapter 5How to Install DOS 5
97
Chapter 6Network Installations
133
Chapter 7Problems and Solutions
145
Chapter 8Understanding PC Memory
161
Chapter 9DOS 5 Memory Management Tools
191
all the other tools DOS 5 gives you for freeing up conventional
211
Chapter 17QBasic Help Edit and Special Functions
459
Filters Pipes and Commands
487
Chapter 19Batch Files
501
Chapter 20Configuring and Customizing Your System
533
Chapter 21Tuning Your System to Peak Performance
573
Using Your System Every Day
601
Chapter 23How to Install the DOS Shell
635
Chapter 24Using the DOS Shell
649

Chapter 10How to Make the Most of Your Memory
237
Working at the DOS Command Line
271
Chapter 12Files
291
Chapter 13Disks
331
Chapter 14Hard Disks
367
Chapter 15Printers
409
Screen and Keyboard
429
Every DOS 5 command Every driver Organized alphabetically
693
Appendix AHow to Configure Your System for International Use
775
Appendix BThe ASCII Code Set
787
Appendix CGlossbrenners Choice Utilities and DOS Quarterly
793
Appendix DThe Programs DOS Forgot How to Use
813
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