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The single-tasking, single-user operating system (OS) with a command-line user interface, released for use in IBM PCs in 1981. See also OS and PC.
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(MicroSoft-Disk Operating System) An earlier single user operating system for PCs from Microsoft. MS-DOS singularly caused the personal computer industry to explode. It was functionally identical to IBM's PC-DOS version, and both MS-DOS and PC-DOS were called DOS. For more details, see DOS and PC clone.
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Microsoft Disk Operating System, an operating system for IBM-compatible personal computers in the 1980s and 1990s, eventually succeeded by standalone versions of Microsoft Windows.
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