MS-DOS

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Synonyms for MS-DOS

an operating system developed by Bill Gates for personal computers

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Thanks to its client-server architecture and 4GL development language, MPC runs in a variety of operating environments, among them Unix, Microsoft DOS and Windows, and Novell LAN.
The springboard for Microsoft's software dominance was IBM's 1980 selection of Microsoft DOS as the operating system for IBM's popular line of personal computers (PCs).
Leonard's computer are Microsoft DOS 6.2, Microsoft Windows 3.1, Microsoft Word 6.0, Microsoft Excel 5.0 and Microsoft Foxpro 2.5.
These programs are available for Microsoft DOS, Windows and Windows NT.
Even though Microsoft DOS 5.0 is quite an improvement over earlier versions, there remain some areas for further development.
Based on a Dell 60 Mhz Pentium system, the M560 comes with 8 MB RAM, local Bus SVGA graphics with 1 MB video RAM, a 540 MB IDE hard drive, double-speed CD-ROM drive, 14" .28 pitch SVGA monitor, a mouse, a 3.5" 1.44 floppy drive, Microsoft DOS, Windows for Workgroups 3.11, and OCLC PASSPORT Software.
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