MS/DOS

Definitions

Computing

  • (written as MS-DOS)
    a trade name for an operating system for the IBM PC range of personal computers that managed data storage onto disks, display output and user input. Windows supports MS-DOS programs through the command prompt, which emulates MS-DOS.

Electronics

  • (written as MS-DOS)
    A common disk operating system.

Information & Library Science

  • noun an operating system on personal computers.
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