Chapter 14 Basic Microsoft DOS speak khmer

MS-DOS Overview
• MS-DOS is a non-graphical command line operating system derived from 86-DOS, created for IBM compatible computers.
• Originally written by Tim Paterson, it was introduced by Microsoft in August 1981.
• The last update was in 1994 when MS-DOS 6.
22 was released.
• It allows users to navigate, open, and manipulate files on their computer from a command line, not a graphical user interface (GUI).
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Command Prompt in Windows
• The command prompt is a window that allows users to enter commands and interact with the operating system.
• It shows the current directory and drive letter of the user.
• Files and directories can have spaces in their names, but must be surrounded by quotes when entered at the command line.
• File extensions indicate the file type.
• When a file or directory is deleted in the command line, it is not moved to the Recycle Bin.

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Command Line Tips
• The dir command can list the files and directories in the current directory.
• The cd command is used to move into a directory.
• The mkdir command is used to create a directory.
• Switching drives can be done by typing the drive letter followed by a colon.
• New files can be created using the edit command or the start command.
• Batch files can be created to automate frequently used commands.
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