PC TECH - ReygieC.Maceda DE101 PCTECH COMMANDOFDOSCOMMAND...

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Reygie C. Maceda Oct. 13, 2010 DE101 Mr. De La Chica PC TECH COMMAND OF DOS COMMAND The command.com is the command interpreter for MS-DOS and is  required for the majority of Microsoft's operating systems. Without command.com  the computer running a Microsoft operating system would be unable to boot.  When running Windows NT, 2000, XP, or future operating systems there  are two versions of the command interpreter, command.com and cmd.exe. Cmd  offers additional environment variables than command.com; however, it is  recommended that if you are attempting to run a MS-DOS utility that you utilize  the command.com. To use command.com, click Start / Run and type command. Availability Command, or command.com, is the command interpreter, and with early  versions of Windows and MS-DOS, you would not be able to use the computer  without this file. This file is available on all versions of Microsoft Windows and 
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