DOS, the Complete Reference
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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Getting to Know Your Computer
Getting DOS Started
Issuing DOS Commands
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allocation units ANSI.SYS AUTOEXEC.BAT backup operation batch file buffer bytes free characters CHDIR CHKDSK clusters command lets command line command path COMMAND.COM computer's CONFIG.SYS conventional memory copy create current directory DBLSPACE DEBUG default DEFRAG delete device driver dialog box directory entry directory listing disk contains disk drive disk in drive disk sectors disk space disk's DISKCOPY display the following DOSKEY drive letter ECHO EDIT error message ERRORLEVEL example execute expanded memory FASTOPEN FDISK Figure file allocation table file control blocks file's contents file(s filename floppy disk following command format GOTO hard disk install invoke key combination keyboard later lets you specify memory-resident menu MSBACKUP number of files option output parameter partition perform press ENTER PRINT printer prompt redirection operator root directory screen sectors shown switch UNDELETE UNFORMAT users Volume in drive Volume Serial Number wildcard XCOPY