Disk Operating System (DOS)

A complete overview of the disk operating system (DOS).

This paper explores the early computer application known as the DISK Operating System or DOS, and includes all features of the program. The paper explains the basic criteria of an operating system and the expectations of an efficient OS and discusses the successful development and establishment of DOS as one of the most preferable and applicable operating systems. The paper addresses the importance of commands inherent to DOS as an effective OS and provides a brief illustration of a number of commands. The paper concludes that DOS has lasted through seven versions, fifteen years, and millions of users because it’s a good OS and has stood the test of time.
The development and evolution of technology is gaining increasing significance as the human race is becoming more and more aware of the virtually limitless possibilities that are inherent to the different implementations of different concepts to the functions of the various forms of technology. One of the most significant developments in the field of electronic technology so far has been the development and to-date perfection of a gadget that has become relevant almost to the point of being an essentiality to the basic and technical functions of almost any firm that is not of too low a standard – the PC or personal computer.

In light of all of the recent and developmental implementations that have been executed upon the computer and its functions, particularly the establishment of the Internet, it is not surprising that there is such a noteworthy degree of importance and adaptability ascribed to the very tenets of the invention of the computer. From personal to commercial use various aspects of the operational extent of the computer become integral for progress.”