Peter Norton's advanced DOS 5 guide
Over 750,000 people have learned to use DOS with Peter Norton's DOS Guide, the industry classic now in its fourth edition. With Peter Norton's Advanced DOS 5, this built-in audience can now graduate to the next level of DOS proficiency and maximize their computing performance. Includes hundreds of tips to optimize performance.
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Working with HELP
A Closer Look at DOS Shell
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ANSI.SYS archive attribute ASCII ATTRIB AUTOEXEC.BAT backup batch file batch program boot buffer bytes cache Chapter characters CHKDSK cluster code page 860 code pages CODEPAGE color command interpreter command line command prompt Command Reference COMMAND.COM CONFIG.SYS conventional memory copy create current directory current drive cursor default deleted files dialog box DISKCOPY diskette display DOS's DOSKEY DOSKEY macro drive name ECHO ECHO EDIT environment variable error ERRORLEVEL example executed exit code expanded memory FASTOPEN Figure file(s filename following command format GOTO graphics hard disk HIMEM.SYS hotkey Identifies image file insert installed KEYB keyboard loaded loop mand MIRROR MODE command monitor Options Parameters and Switches printer QBASIC RAM drive reboot recover redirect restore root directory screen sectors Shell space statement subdirectories subprogram target task UNDELETE UNFORMAT upper memory XCOPY