DOS command

DOS command

An instruction that DOS and Windows execute from the command line or from within a batch file. See Windows commands and cmd abc's.
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The Automation Anywhere Integration Pack is compatible with many popular applications, including Microsoft Office, Firefox, DOS command prompt, Java Application and Applets, Telnet, Unix Shell, and many others.
The 13-year-old student just wanted to show a classmate a trick his father had taught him: How to send a text message between computers using a built-in DOS command.
It got to the stage when decorating the spare bedroom was to have been a welcome release in this fraught weekend of DOS command prompts,dowels and wood glue.
Other features that are part of the package include wireless access to Microsoft Windows Services, user accounts and logs, start/stop services, processes, drivers and servers, remote DOS command execution and an interface to Windows Services and other accounts.
Moreover, as volumes of data pile up on ever-larger disk drives, clicking down through complex tiers of folders seems to some users nearly as arduous as using the DOS command line.
I then type the DOS command MEM/C and DOS comes back with a message that I have 634.
To start an application from the Program Manager, you no longer have to enter a DOS command, you only need to move the mouse to the icon depicting the application desired and double click the mouse.
This feature lets the user temporarily suspend the accounting system, either access an entirely separate application or execute a DOS command, and then, when finished, reactivate the accounting system.
COPIER is not a DOS command but the name of a subroutine.
I could still use my favorite utilities by temporarily switching to DOS using Windows' DOS command.
It can recover files deleted bypassing Recycle Bin, or when Recycle Bin has been emptied, recover files deleted accidentally from a network share, recover files deleted from the DOS command prompt, or recover lost files by virus attack or power failure.
These flaws would reportedly allow a hacker to run any DOS command on the machine of an Explorer user who visits the attacker's home page.