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Asked in Operating Systems, MS-DOS
How do you get out of MS-DOS?
If you are running MS-DOS alone, and not a DOS (Command Prompt) window within some flavor of Windows, then the only way to get out of MS-DOS is to turn the computer off. If it's a window within Windows, then either click the close button at the top right of the Command Prompt window, or type "exit" at the command prompt. Hope that helps - please feel free to elaborate if you need more help/info! Cheers! ...
Asked in Video Games
When you try to open a dll file it says can't run in dos mode why can't it be run in dos mode and what is dos mode?
It can't be run in DOS mode because it relies on Windows-specific APIs. DOS mode is running the program in either DOS, or in a DOS box under Windows. Basically, it is saying that it can't run on DOS because it is not a DOS program. ...
Asked in MS-DOS
What is DOS or PC DOS?
DOS and PC DOS are different. When we say DOS, it means Microsoft DOS or MS DOS whereas PC DOS is the different operating system (older than MS-DOS) developed by IBM. The term "DOS" is the acronym for Disk Operating System. This is the main control software that makes the computer start up and commence other loading functions. As stated PCDOS is in fact the same, an operation system and can refer to may of the older languages used when comouters were...
Asked in Microsoft Windows, MS-DOS
What was the last stand-alone version of MS-DOS?
MS-DOS 6.22 was the last stand-alone version of MS-DOS. Some believed that MS-DOS 7.0 was the last version of MS-DOS since Windows 95 reported MS-DOS as MS-DOS 7.0. However, this was just a shell in Windows and not a stand-alone version of MS-DOS. ...