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What was the last stand-alone version of MS-DOS?


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2014-06-25 20:02:15
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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.


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