DOS 7

DOS 7

In early 1995, IBM released PC-DOS 7 with enhanced memory management and virus protection. It included the Stacker data compression program as well as utilities to enhance mobile computing. The DOS included in Windows 95/98 was sometimes called DOS 7. See Novell DOS.
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01 (PhoenixCARD Manager Plus), is included in IBM's new PC DOS 7, which was also announced Monday.
Another enhancement is that PC DOS 7 now supports more PC platforms via expanded socket services support -- the low-level PCMCIA host controller software layer.
In addition to supporting more PC platforms, 45% more PC Cards can now be used with PC DOS 7.
With PCMCIA support from a leading company like Phoenix Technologies, we are able to offer PC DOS 7 users a high-quality product that is easy to use and provides the highest degree of compatibility.
27, 1995--IBM Monday announced PC DOS 7, the most advanced DOS available, offering more memory and more disk space than any previous version.
PC DOS 7 includes integrated data compression from Stac Electronics, the leading provider of PC compression software; an extensive on-line help system; and exclusive features designed for mobile users, such as file synchronization, docking capabilities and the latest support from Phoenix Technologies for PCMCIA cards.
PC DOS 7 is IBM's 14th release of industry-standard DOS and was designed to add value and power to existing DOS and DOS/Windows environments.
BUSINESS WIRE)--In BW178, (IBM) Releases PC DOS 7 With Integrated Stacker 4.
0- New Features in PC DOS 7 o More conventional memory, allowing users to run memory-hungry applications while maintaining complete industry-standard compatibility.
14, 1995--Audio Computer Information is proud to announce that a special order form for a new version of its best-selling cassette tutorial "The DOS Tape" will be included in every box of IBM's new PC DOS 7.
Audio Computer Information's new "The PC DOS Tape" is a beginner's guide to the fundamental commands and concepts of the new IBM PC DOS 7.
PC DOS 7 was designed for DOS users who want to add value and power to traditional operating system environments.