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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.

Novell DOS

The name Novell gave to DR-DOS after it acquired it from Digital Research in 1991. Novell added NetWare client support to the product and released it as Novell DOS 7 in 1994. It was later dropped from the product line and then sold to Caldera. See DR-DOS and Caldera.

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