It may be true that MS-DOS is dead as a stand-aloneoperating system. However, command syntax, parameters, parsing commands, and troubleshooting are all handledbetter from the command line interface than in Windows.This textbook explores these concepts using the MS-DOSwindow in Windows 95 or Windows 98. A careful step-by-step approach ......You will also find that even in the Windows environment, there is an assumption that the user aquot;knowsaquot; DOS. ... This will give you, as with an automobile, the ability to do minor repairs and preventative maintenance as well as to explain complex anbsp;...
|Title||:||Windows User's Guide to DOS|
|Author||:||Carolyn Z. Gillay, Bette A. Peat|
|Publisher||:||Franklin Beedle & Associates - 1998-11-01|