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TYPE OF OPERATING SYSTEM
Disk Operating System; Disc operating system; Disc OS; Disk OS

Microsoft Disk Operating System         
  • Command Prompt in [[Windows 10]]
  • MS-DOS (Compaq-DOS) version 1.12 (based on MS-DOS 1.25) for Compaq Personal Computer
  • MS-DOS version 5.0
  • MS-DOS 2.11 boot disk for the [[Leading Edge Model D]] in its sleeve
  • MS-DOS version 6.22
  • Japanese MS-DOS 6.2/V
  • German MS-DOS 6.2 Update
  • MS-DOS Prompt in [[Windows 95]]
  • MS-DOS command prompt
  • MS-DOS 3.3C for the [[PC-9800 series]]
  • US Navy]] food service management system.
MICROSOFT OPERATING SYSTEM
MSDOS; Microsoft DOS; MS DOS; Microsoft Disk Operating System; Ms-dos; Microsoft MS-DOS; MsDOS; MSdos; MSN-DOS Prompt; MS/DOS; MS-DOS 6; MS-DOS 6.22; MS-DOS 7.10; SB-DOS; NCR-DOS; COMPAQ-DOS; Software Bus 86; Ms-Dos; Hebrew MS-DOS; Arabic MS-DOS; ADOS (MS-DOS); HDOS (MS-DOS); MS-DOS 3.2; MS-DOS 5.0; MS-DOS 4.01; MS-DOS 3.20; MS-DOS 5.00; MS-DOS 6.0; MS-DOS 6.00; MS-DOS 6.2; MS-DOS 6.20; MS-DOS 6.21; MS-DOS 7.00; MS-DOS 8.00; MS-DOS 3.0; MS-DOS 3.1; MS-DOS 3.3; MS-DOS 3.31; MS-DOS 3.30; MS-DOS 3.00; MS-DOS 3.10; MS-DOS 3.21; MS-DOS 3.25; MS-DOS 2; MS-DOS 2.00; MS-DOS 2.01; MS-DOS 2.10; MS-DOS 2.11; MS-DOS 2.50; MS-DOS 1.50; MS-DOS 1.51; MS-DOS 1.52; MS-DOS 1.53; MS-DOS 1.54; MS-DOS 1.25; MS-DOS 1.26; MS-DOS 1.27; MS-DOS 1.28; MS-DOS 1.29; MS-DOS 1.30; MS-DOS 1.40; MS-DOS 1.41; MS-DOS 1.20; MS-DOS 1.21; MS-DOS 1.22; MS-DOS 1.23; MS-DOS 1.24; MS-DOS 1.11; MS-DOS 1.12; MS-DOS 1.13; MS-DOS 1.14; ADOS (Microsoft); HDOS (Microsoft); MS-DOS 3.22; Access DOS; MS-DOS 3.4; MS-DOS 3.40; MS-DOS 2.13; TeleVideo PC DOS 2.11; TeleVideo Personal Computer DOS 2.11; TeleVideo PC DOS; TeleVideo Personal Computer DOS; Altos MS-DOS; Altos MS-DOS 2.11; MS-DOS 5.01; HDOS 5.0; Hebrew MS-DOS 5.0; Microsoft Hebrew MS-DOS; Microsoft Hebrew MS-DOS 5.0; Microsoft HDOS; Microsoft HDOS 5.0; Microsoft ADOS 5.0; Microsoft ADOS; Microsoft Arabic MS-DOS 5.0; Microsoft Arabic MS-DOS; Arabic MS-DOS 5.0; ADOS 5.0; ADOS 5.00; HDOS 5.00; ADOS 3.3; Microsoft ADOS 3.3; Microsoft Arabic MS-DOS 3.3; Arabic MS-DOS 3.3; Microsoft HDOS 3.3; Microsoft Hebrew MS-DOS 3.3; Hebrew MS-DOS 3.3; HDOS 3.3; MS-DOS 3.21R; MS-DOS 3.3R; MS-DOS 2.25; MS-DOS 2.12; MS-DOS 2.11R; MS-DOS 3.30R; Tandy MS-DOS 2.11R; MS-DOS 3.22R; Hewlett-Packard MS-DOS 3.22R; HP MS-DOS 3.22R; MS-DOS 3.3A; MS-DOS 3.30A; Microsoft MS-DOS 3.3A; Microsoft MS-DOS 3.30A; MS-DOS 3.3a; MS-DOS 3.30a; Microsoft MS-DOS 3.3a; Microsoft MS-DOS 3.30a; Texas Instruments MS-DOS 2.12; TI MS-DOS 2.12; Compaq MS-DOS 3.31; TI MS-DOS 3.3R; Texas Instruments MS-DOS 3.3R; TI MS-DOS 3.30R; Texas Instruments MS-DOS 3.30R; MS-DOS 2.0; MS-DOS 2.5; AST Premium Exec DOS 5.0; AST Premium Exec DOS; AST Premium Exec MS-DOS; AST MS-DOS 5.0; AST Premium Exec MS-DOS 5.0; MS-DOS 4.0 (IBM-developed); MS-ROMDOS; MS-DOS 4.00 (IBM-developed); MS-DOS 6.x; MS-DOS platforms; MS-DOS Mobile; MS DOS Mobile; TeleVideo Personal Computer DOS 2.0; TeleVideo PC DOS 2.0; MS-DOS 5.00A; MS-DOS 2.2; MS-DOS 2.20; MS-DOS 2.05; Disk Control Program; DCP (operating system); DCP 3.20; DCP 3.30; DCP 3.2; DCP 3.3; MS-DOS 1.2; MS-DOS 1.1; PC MS-DOS; MS-DOS 5; MS-DOS 3; MS-DOS 1; MS-DOS 3.30+; DCP1700; DCP1700 3.20; DCP1700 3.30; DCP 1700; DCP 1700 3.20; DCP 1700 3.30; DCP3.3; WDOS (operating system); MS-Dos
<operating system> /M S doss/ (Or "MS-DOS", "PC-DOS", "MS-DOG", "mess-dos") Microsoft Corporation's clone of the CP/M disk operating system for the 8088 crufted together in 6 weeks by hacker Tim Paterson, who is said to have regretted it ever since. MS-DOS is a single user operating system that runs one program at a time and is limited to working with one megabyte of memory, 640 kilobytes of which is usable for the application program. Special add-on EMS memory boards allow EMS-compliant software to exceed the 1 MB limit. Add-ons to DOS, such as Microsoft Windows and DESQview, take advantage of EMS and allow the user to have multiple applications loaded at once and switch between them. Numerous features, including vaguely Unix-like but rather broken support for subdirectories, I/O redirection and pipelines, were hacked into MS-DOS 2.0 and subsequent versions; as a result, there are two or more incompatible versions of many system calls, and MS-DOS programmers can never agree on basic things like what character to use as an option switch ("-" or "/"). The resulting mess became the highest-unit-volume operating system in history. It was used on many Intel 16 and 32 bit microprocessors and {IBM PC} compatibles. Many of the original DOS functions were calls to BASIC (in ROM on the original IBM PC), e.g. Format and Mode. People with non-IBM PCs had to buy MS-Basic (later called GWBasic). Most version of DOS came with some version of BASIC. Also know as PC-DOS or simply DOS, ignoring the fact that there were many other OSes with that name, starting in the mid-1960s with IBM's first disk operating system for the IBM 360. [Jargon File] (2007-05-21)
Microsoft DOS         
  • Command Prompt in [[Windows 10]]
  • MS-DOS (Compaq-DOS) version 1.12 (based on MS-DOS 1.25) for Compaq Personal Computer
  • MS-DOS version 5.0
  • MS-DOS 2.11 boot disk for the [[Leading Edge Model D]] in its sleeve
  • MS-DOS version 6.22
  • Japanese MS-DOS 6.2/V
  • German MS-DOS 6.2 Update
  • MS-DOS Prompt in [[Windows 95]]
  • MS-DOS command prompt
  • MS-DOS 3.3C for the [[PC-9800 series]]
  • US Navy]] food service management system.
MICROSOFT OPERATING SYSTEM
MSDOS; Microsoft DOS; MS DOS; Microsoft Disk Operating System; Ms-dos; Microsoft MS-DOS; MsDOS; MSdos; MSN-DOS Prompt; MS/DOS; MS-DOS 6; MS-DOS 6.22; MS-DOS 7.10; SB-DOS; NCR-DOS; COMPAQ-DOS; Software Bus 86; Ms-Dos; Hebrew MS-DOS; Arabic MS-DOS; ADOS (MS-DOS); HDOS (MS-DOS); MS-DOS 3.2; MS-DOS 5.0; MS-DOS 4.01; MS-DOS 3.20; MS-DOS 5.00; MS-DOS 6.0; MS-DOS 6.00; MS-DOS 6.2; MS-DOS 6.20; MS-DOS 6.21; MS-DOS 7.00; MS-DOS 8.00; MS-DOS 3.0; MS-DOS 3.1; MS-DOS 3.3; MS-DOS 3.31; MS-DOS 3.30; MS-DOS 3.00; MS-DOS 3.10; MS-DOS 3.21; MS-DOS 3.25; MS-DOS 2; MS-DOS 2.00; MS-DOS 2.01; MS-DOS 2.10; MS-DOS 2.11; MS-DOS 2.50; MS-DOS 1.50; MS-DOS 1.51; MS-DOS 1.52; MS-DOS 1.53; MS-DOS 1.54; MS-DOS 1.25; MS-DOS 1.26; MS-DOS 1.27; MS-DOS 1.28; MS-DOS 1.29; MS-DOS 1.30; MS-DOS 1.40; MS-DOS 1.41; MS-DOS 1.20; MS-DOS 1.21; MS-DOS 1.22; MS-DOS 1.23; MS-DOS 1.24; MS-DOS 1.11; MS-DOS 1.12; MS-DOS 1.13; MS-DOS 1.14; ADOS (Microsoft); HDOS (Microsoft); MS-DOS 3.22; Access DOS; MS-DOS 3.4; MS-DOS 3.40; MS-DOS 2.13; TeleVideo PC DOS 2.11; TeleVideo Personal Computer DOS 2.11; TeleVideo PC DOS; TeleVideo Personal Computer DOS; Altos MS-DOS; Altos MS-DOS 2.11; MS-DOS 5.01; HDOS 5.0; Hebrew MS-DOS 5.0; Microsoft Hebrew MS-DOS; Microsoft Hebrew MS-DOS 5.0; Microsoft HDOS; Microsoft HDOS 5.0; Microsoft ADOS 5.0; Microsoft ADOS; Microsoft Arabic MS-DOS 5.0; Microsoft Arabic MS-DOS; Arabic MS-DOS 5.0; ADOS 5.0; ADOS 5.00; HDOS 5.00; ADOS 3.3; Microsoft ADOS 3.3; Microsoft Arabic MS-DOS 3.3; Arabic MS-DOS 3.3; Microsoft HDOS 3.3; Microsoft Hebrew MS-DOS 3.3; Hebrew MS-DOS 3.3; HDOS 3.3; MS-DOS 3.21R; MS-DOS 3.3R; MS-DOS 2.25; MS-DOS 2.12; MS-DOS 2.11R; MS-DOS 3.30R; Tandy MS-DOS 2.11R; MS-DOS 3.22R; Hewlett-Packard MS-DOS 3.22R; HP MS-DOS 3.22R; MS-DOS 3.3A; MS-DOS 3.30A; Microsoft MS-DOS 3.3A; Microsoft MS-DOS 3.30A; MS-DOS 3.3a; MS-DOS 3.30a; Microsoft MS-DOS 3.3a; Microsoft MS-DOS 3.30a; Texas Instruments MS-DOS 2.12; TI MS-DOS 2.12; Compaq MS-DOS 3.31; TI MS-DOS 3.3R; Texas Instruments MS-DOS 3.3R; TI MS-DOS 3.30R; Texas Instruments MS-DOS 3.30R; MS-DOS 2.0; MS-DOS 2.5; AST Premium Exec DOS 5.0; AST Premium Exec DOS; AST Premium Exec MS-DOS; AST MS-DOS 5.0; AST Premium Exec MS-DOS 5.0; MS-DOS 4.0 (IBM-developed); MS-ROMDOS; MS-DOS 4.00 (IBM-developed); MS-DOS 6.x; MS-DOS platforms; MS-DOS Mobile; MS DOS Mobile; TeleVideo Personal Computer DOS 2.0; TeleVideo PC DOS 2.0; MS-DOS 5.00A; MS-DOS 2.2; MS-DOS 2.20; MS-DOS 2.05; Disk Control Program; DCP (operating system); DCP 3.20; DCP 3.30; DCP 3.2; DCP 3.3; MS-DOS 1.2; MS-DOS 1.1; PC MS-DOS; MS-DOS 5; MS-DOS 3; MS-DOS 1; MS-DOS 3.30+; DCP1700; DCP1700 3.20; DCP1700 3.30; DCP 1700; DCP 1700 3.20; DCP 1700 3.30; DCP3.3; WDOS (operating system); MS-Dos
MS-DOS         
  • Command Prompt in [[Windows 10]]
  • MS-DOS (Compaq-DOS) version 1.12 (based on MS-DOS 1.25) for Compaq Personal Computer
  • MS-DOS version 5.0
  • MS-DOS 2.11 boot disk for the [[Leading Edge Model D]] in its sleeve
  • MS-DOS version 6.22
  • Japanese MS-DOS 6.2/V
  • German MS-DOS 6.2 Update
  • MS-DOS Prompt in [[Windows 95]]
  • MS-DOS command prompt
  • MS-DOS 3.3C for the [[PC-9800 series]]
  • US Navy]] food service management system.
MICROSOFT OPERATING SYSTEM
MSDOS; Microsoft DOS; MS DOS; Microsoft Disk Operating System; Ms-dos; Microsoft MS-DOS; MsDOS; MSdos; MSN-DOS Prompt; MS/DOS; MS-DOS 6; MS-DOS 6.22; MS-DOS 7.10; SB-DOS; NCR-DOS; COMPAQ-DOS; Software Bus 86; Ms-Dos; Hebrew MS-DOS; Arabic MS-DOS; ADOS (MS-DOS); HDOS (MS-DOS); MS-DOS 3.2; MS-DOS 5.0; MS-DOS 4.01; MS-DOS 3.20; MS-DOS 5.00; MS-DOS 6.0; MS-DOS 6.00; MS-DOS 6.2; MS-DOS 6.20; MS-DOS 6.21; MS-DOS 7.00; MS-DOS 8.00; MS-DOS 3.0; MS-DOS 3.1; MS-DOS 3.3; MS-DOS 3.31; MS-DOS 3.30; MS-DOS 3.00; MS-DOS 3.10; MS-DOS 3.21; MS-DOS 3.25; MS-DOS 2; MS-DOS 2.00; MS-DOS 2.01; MS-DOS 2.10; MS-DOS 2.11; MS-DOS 2.50; MS-DOS 1.50; MS-DOS 1.51; MS-DOS 1.52; MS-DOS 1.53; MS-DOS 1.54; MS-DOS 1.25; MS-DOS 1.26; MS-DOS 1.27; MS-DOS 1.28; MS-DOS 1.29; MS-DOS 1.30; MS-DOS 1.40; MS-DOS 1.41; MS-DOS 1.20; MS-DOS 1.21; MS-DOS 1.22; MS-DOS 1.23; MS-DOS 1.24; MS-DOS 1.11; MS-DOS 1.12; MS-DOS 1.13; MS-DOS 1.14; ADOS (Microsoft); HDOS (Microsoft); MS-DOS 3.22; Access DOS; MS-DOS 3.4; MS-DOS 3.40; MS-DOS 2.13; TeleVideo PC DOS 2.11; TeleVideo Personal Computer DOS 2.11; TeleVideo PC DOS; TeleVideo Personal Computer DOS; Altos MS-DOS; Altos MS-DOS 2.11; MS-DOS 5.01; HDOS 5.0; Hebrew MS-DOS 5.0; Microsoft Hebrew MS-DOS; Microsoft Hebrew MS-DOS 5.0; Microsoft HDOS; Microsoft HDOS 5.0; Microsoft ADOS 5.0; Microsoft ADOS; Microsoft Arabic MS-DOS 5.0; Microsoft Arabic MS-DOS; Arabic MS-DOS 5.0; ADOS 5.0; ADOS 5.00; HDOS 5.00; ADOS 3.3; Microsoft ADOS 3.3; Microsoft Arabic MS-DOS 3.3; Arabic MS-DOS 3.3; Microsoft HDOS 3.3; Microsoft Hebrew MS-DOS 3.3; Hebrew MS-DOS 3.3; HDOS 3.3; MS-DOS 3.21R; MS-DOS 3.3R; MS-DOS 2.25; MS-DOS 2.12; MS-DOS 2.11R; MS-DOS 3.30R; Tandy MS-DOS 2.11R; MS-DOS 3.22R; Hewlett-Packard MS-DOS 3.22R; HP MS-DOS 3.22R; MS-DOS 3.3A; MS-DOS 3.30A; Microsoft MS-DOS 3.3A; Microsoft MS-DOS 3.30A; MS-DOS 3.3a; MS-DOS 3.30a; Microsoft MS-DOS 3.3a; Microsoft MS-DOS 3.30a; Texas Instruments MS-DOS 2.12; TI MS-DOS 2.12; Compaq MS-DOS 3.31; TI MS-DOS 3.3R; Texas Instruments MS-DOS 3.3R; TI MS-DOS 3.30R; Texas Instruments MS-DOS 3.30R; MS-DOS 2.0; MS-DOS 2.5; AST Premium Exec DOS 5.0; AST Premium Exec DOS; AST Premium Exec MS-DOS; AST MS-DOS 5.0; AST Premium Exec MS-DOS 5.0; MS-DOS 4.0 (IBM-developed); MS-ROMDOS; MS-DOS 4.00 (IBM-developed); MS-DOS 6.x; MS-DOS platforms; MS-DOS Mobile; MS DOS Mobile; TeleVideo Personal Computer DOS 2.0; TeleVideo PC DOS 2.0; MS-DOS 5.00A; MS-DOS 2.2; MS-DOS 2.20; MS-DOS 2.05; Disk Control Program; DCP (operating system); DCP 3.20; DCP 3.30; DCP 3.2; DCP 3.3; MS-DOS 1.2; MS-DOS 1.1; PC MS-DOS; MS-DOS 5; MS-DOS 3; MS-DOS 1; MS-DOS 3.30+; DCP1700; DCP1700 3.20; DCP1700 3.30; DCP 1700; DCP 1700 3.20; DCP 1700 3.30; DCP3.3; WDOS (operating system); MS-Dos
¦ abbreviation Computing, trademark Microsoft disk operating system.

Wikipedia

Disk operating system

A disk operating system (DOS) is a computer operating system that resides on and can use a disk storage device, such as a floppy disk, hard disk drive, or optical disc. A disk operating system provides a file system for organizing, reading, and writing files on the storage disk. Strictly, this definition does not include any other functionality, so it does not apply to more complex OSes, such as Microsoft Windows, and is more appropriately used only for older generations of operating systems.

Disk operating systems for mainframes, minicomputers, microprocessors, and home computers are usually loaded from the disks as part of the boot process.