Microsoft DOS and Windows command line
Short for Microsoft Disk Operating System, MS-DOS is a non-graphical command line operating system created for IBM compatible computers. MS-DOS was first introduced by Microsoft in August 1981 and was last updated in 1994 with MS-DOS 6.22. Although the MS-DOS operating system is rarely used today, the command shell commonly known as the Windows command line is still widely used. Continue reading >>
Tip: If you are new to MS-DOS or the Windows command line, we suggest starting with how to use the Windows command line (DOS).