DOS

Acronym for 'Microsoft Disk Operating System' used mainly by IBM compatible PCs.

DOS

Disk Operating System

DOS

Disk Operating System. The most-installed operating system for IBM-compatible PC`s. MS-DOS only operates in the x86 real mode.

DOS

Denial Of Service + Disk Operating System

DOS

DOS s, short for Disk Operating System, is an acronym for several closely related operating systems that dominated the IBM PC compatible market between 1981 and 1995, or until about 2000 including the partially DOS-based Microsoft Windows versions 95, 98, and Millennium Edition. Related systems include MS-DOS, PC DOS, DR-DOS, FreeDOS, ROM-DOS, and...
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DOS

acronym: Department of Space
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DOS

acronym: United States Department of State
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Dos

(Latin) a dowry; the amount of money or goods that is allotted to a woman and her husband upon marriage.
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DOS

Disk operating system.
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DOS

Disk Operating System. This is a standard operating system, created by Microsoft before the dawn of Windows. DOS manages how files are stored on your computer. It is controlled through commands typed at the command prompt. Even Windows 95 and Windows 98 are still fundamentally dependent on DOS.
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DOS

Disk Operating System / Denial of Service, details ...
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DOS

Disk Operating System. A software package that makes a computer work with its hardware devices such as hard drive, floppy drive, screen, keyboard, etc.
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DOS

[n] - an operating system that is on a disk
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DOS

Disk Operating System. Commonly used to refer to MS-DOS (Microsoft Disk Operating System) developed by Microsoft Corporation.
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DOS

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Disc Operating System. Usually DOS describes the operating system developed by Microsoft for personal computers. (MS-DOS)
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DOS

Disk Operating System. In modern usage normally applies to the text based operating system first using on Personal Computers from IBM (PCDOS) and Microsoft (MSDOS). Emulations of this operating system can be found in Windows
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DOS

Disc Operating System - but also now used as shorthand for DR-DOS or MS-DOS - these are the operating systems most commonly used on IBM PC computers and compatibles - they can be used on Acorn computers by using the PC Emulator or a PC expansion card or, on a RiscPC, a PC processor card - they are command-line operating systems, i.e. they do not us...
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DOS

Disk Operating System. This is the operating system used by the original IBM PC and many since.
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DOS

Disk Operating System. Part of the operating system of PC and PC compatible computers
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DOS

Disk Operating System.
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DOS

Disk Operating System (DOS in Windows environment, MacOS in Apple Macintosh environment and Linux et al): Software for computer systems with disk drives that supervises and controls the running of programs. The operating system is 'booted' into the computer from disk by a small program that permanently resides in the memory.
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DOS

disk operating system noun an operating system that is on a disk
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DOS

(from the article `Microsoft Corporation`) ...to produce the essential software, or operating system, for its first personal computer, the IBM PC. Microsoft purchased an operating system from ... ...Gates left Harvard during his junior year and, with Allen, formed Microsoft. Gates`s sway over the infant microcomputer industry greatly in...
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DOS

(Disk Operation System)The standard operation system for all computers advertised as 'IBM Compatible'.
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DOS

Dreaded Orange Spots. Small dark orange spots radiating to yellow occurring on the surface of cold processed soap. The primary cause is thought to be unsaponified oils turning rancid.
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