Up and Running with DOS 6.2

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Sybex, 1994 - Computers - 179 pages
A concise and to-the-point guide to the essentials of DOS for those who don't have time to wade through a tome. Helps the busy person learn the most important features of the new DOS without hassle or headache. Great for the user who is comfortable with computers and wants a quick overview of the new features available in DOS.

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Contents

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Advanced configuration at startup For troubleshooting at startup
18
Running Programs
123
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