DOS 5 Demystified
James Forney explores the strengths, weaknesses and peculiarities of this DOS 5, offering tips to help the user get the most from DOS 5's new features. Forney emphasizes compatibility and productivity to help readers take advantage of DOS 5. His tips, tricks, and traps approach to MS-DOS is designed to rapidly turn DOS beginners into power users with full command over their operating systems.
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Stripped to the bare essentials
The final puzzle piece
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3rd-party ANSI.SYS APPEND applications ASCII AUTOEXEC.BAT backup basic batch file boot buffers bytes character CHKDSK command line COMMAND.COM COMSPEC CONFIG.SYS conventional memory copy DEBUG deleted device drivers disk caching disk space DISKCOPY Displays on-screen help DOS's DOSKEY DOSKEY macros DOSSHELL drive ECHO environment erased error Errorlevel Not supported executed expanded extended memory External EXE filename floppy disks Format GOTO END hard disk help including syntax High Memory Area HIMEM.SYS installed IO.SYS load machine mand memory management Microsoft MIRROR MODE MS-DOS Network use Supported on-screen help including operating system option Origin Version 2.0 parameters path printer prompt QBASIC RAM disk reformatting release ROM BIOS root directory screen sector shell shown in Fig specified subdirectories SUBST switch there's things UNDELETE UNFORMAT upgrade upper memory Usage users utilities Version 5.0 word processor XCOPY