Technology: DOS Command Line Operations
Learn the syntax of Disk Operating System or commonly known as DOS. Find out about internal, external, batch, network, and other DOS command categories in which they are arranged. Learn different types of DOS and why Disk Operating System is still in use today.
Computer Basics: DOS Commands
Welcome to Computer Literacy 101! Here is a list of very basic DOS commands illustrated with computer screen shots. Scroll down the page for a complete list of DOS command downloads.
Easy DOS Command Index
This page has an extensive list of DOS commands. Click on a command name to read its purpose and see an example of its use.
Learn DOS in a few Dozen Paragraphs!
Learn about DOS, its purpose and benefits, commands, and DOS tools. NOTE: Site contains banner ads.
MS-DOS Help and Commands
This web site has extensive information on various types of DOS commands. Includes 'About' and 'History of DOS'. NOTE: The site includes ads.
Essential DOS Commands
Here is description and use of several most common and essential DOS commands.
Common MS-DOS Commands
View a list of the common MS-DOS commands.
MS-DOS 6 Command Reference
Here is a list of Batch, CONFIG.SYS, and International commands for MS-DOS 6. Use links on the left under MS-DOS section for more DOS 6 commands.
MS-DOS v6.22 Help
Get acquainted with MS-Dos 6 commands. Click on a command name to read its description.
DOS Commands, Batch, and Freeware: Windows Tips and Tricks
This site has a lot of useful information, suggestions, and computer tricks. Click on the "DOS/Batch: The Main Reason for This Site" link to enter the alphabetized database of DOS commands with a search function.
Batch File Commands
Learn DOS batch files commands.
Internal DOS Commands
Here is a list of Internal DOS commands arranged into a table.
External DOS Commands
Here is a list of external DOS commands.
CONFIG.SYS File Commands
Learn CONFIG.SYS commands, their description, and use.
Unofficial DR_DOS Resources
Here is a resource for DOS users. Click on the "Try to find help in the DOS FAQ" link to search among many questions and answers regarding choosing between various types of DOS and using it. NOTE: The site leads to websites with forums and a netring.
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