Staying with DOS: how to get the most from your computer without changing your operating system
Written for the PC user who needs to get more performance from DOS, yet may not want to invest the time and expense of buying a new operating system such as OS/2 and UNIX.
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DOS OS2 and Unix
Living With DOS
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backup Bank basic chapter chip color COMMAND.COM commands computer's CONFIG.SYS CP/M desktop publishing DESQview developers device drivers diskettes DOS's drawbacks EISA EMS memory expansion cards expansion slots extended DOS environment extended memory faster files floppy graphics adapter graphics applications hard drive hard-disk hardware high DOS memory install Intel interface load machine math co-processor megabytes megabytes of RAM memory management menu microprocessor Microsoft monitor monochrome motherboard mouse move multi-tasking Norton offer operating system options package PC's PC/XT plug print spooler printer problems processor program switcher protected mode puter QEMM QRAM RAM disk real mode shell solution specific spreadsheet standard storage subdirectory swap switch thaf there's things tion TSR managers Unix upgrade users utilities V86 mode VCPI Windows word processing