MS DOS


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MS DOS

or MS-DOS

(ˈɛmˌɛs ˈdɔs, -ˈdɒs)
Trademark.
a microcomputer operating system.
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CounterBooks was originally developed as a Pro-Retail MS DOS system by a frustrated computer-programmer-turned-retailer who struggled with traditional accounting systems which were not developed for retail businesses.
I'm not sure how many of Rob's interns will have heard of MS DOS, but it is 30 years old this month.
Back when his business used MS DOS, he and a few coworkers designed a program that would pop up on each other's screens that would say all data had been erased.
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Thin client support permits a Liberation 6000 system to utilize agent workstations having MS DOS, MS Windows 95/98/ NT/2000 as the local operating system.
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Job Analyzer is written for IBM-compatible machines and requires 12 megabytes of hard disk space, 512K bytes of RAM, and MS DOS version 3.
Apple's operating system is still said to be easier to use than MS DOS, but to little avail, since Microsoft is used on more than 90 percent of today's PCs.
More advanced computer features are also provided in this low-cost, high-tech CD-ROM, which requires an IBM-compatible with MS DOS 3.
2) IBM probably could have negotiated an exclusive relationship with Microsoft when IBM first licensed MS DOS.
95, requires an MPC with 3 MB of available RAM and MS DOS 3.