A CDE Definition
A major DOS upgrade in 1991 that included an enhanced user interface (DOS Shell) with task swapping, undelete commands, a full-screen text editor, online help and an improved memory manager. Support for 2GB hard disks (huge at that time) and 2.88MB floppies was added. The EMM386 expanded memory manager was a significant new feature. DOS 5 included QBasic, which superseded GW-BASIC in the MS-DOS version and accompanied BASICA in the IBM version.
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|doorway mode||DOS 6|
|doorway page||DOS 7|
|doorway site||DOS abc's|
|Doppler effect||DOS Backup/Restore|
|Doppler radar||DOS batch file|
|Doppler shift||DOS box|
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