Using MS-DOS 6.22

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Que Publishing, 2002 - Computers - 1022 pages
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Annotation nbsp; The best selling MS-DOS book is now fully up20010620d to include the latest Microsoft operating systems. Completely revised and updated from the best selling second edition with essential new coverage for todays DOS environment. Considered a MUST for anyone dealing with legacy DOS applications. Provides the reader a complete listing and explanation of DOS commands that work with Windows 95, 98, 2000, ME, and Windows NT. Special Edition Using MS-DOS 6.22, Third Edition is a successful bestseller and the only up-to-date title on the market today that is geared toward the intermediate to advanced user. This edition will add to the second editions coverage in the following areas: Updates the entire book to reflect current technology and provide better readability; updates compatibility with the addition of Windows ME/2000 operating systems; updates the appendices on non-Microsoft versions of DOS, providing a reference that is impossible to find anywhere else. nbsp;
 

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I have not read the whole book, but looking just at the section on MODE as applied to serial ports, it does not nearly contain all of the options available under modern (my version is 6.1.7601) versions of cmd.exe

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Jim Cooper is a Senior Systems Engineer currently working for a services and infrastructure provider in Charlotte, North Carolina. He has worked in the information technology field for more than 12 years and holds numerous certifications, including MCSE+I and MCT. He has contributed chapters to numerous other books for Pearson Technology Group.

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