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In MS-DOS 6, this capability was limited to your CONFIG.
Booting with the disk labeled Bridge Boot automatically puts the Apple mode in the background, and hitting [ALT] [ESC] switches back and forth between the Apple and MS-DOS operating systems.
Professional Search offers many new features that were not previously available under the MS-DOS version of the software.
But if you're like most people, you probably rely on a lot of older, MS-DOS and Windows 3.
Express Logic's FileX file system runs with ThreadX in printers and provides MS-DOS compatible file access for portable media like memory sticks and other flash memory devices.
A DSC needs a highly-responsive RTOS, an MS-DOS compatible file system, and in some cases connectivity such as USB, IEEE 1394 or TCP/IP.
NTFSDOS Professional runs on MS-DOS and provides unrestricted read/write access to NTFS drives via a boot diskette.
The company's patented wearable computer, called the Mobile Assistant(R) V (MA(R) V), is a full-function Pentium PC that runs Microsoft MS-DOS, Windows, and Windows NT, along with UNIX, Linux and other operating systems that run on the Intel x86 architecture.
The company's patented wearable computer, called the Mobile Assistant(R) IV (MA(R) IV), is a full-function Pentium PC that runs Microsoft MS-DOS, Windows, and Windows NT, along with UNIX, Linux and other operating systems that run on the Intel x86 architecture.
A single PC runs many operating systems -- Virtual PC allows machines running Windows 2000, Windows NT and Windows Me to host virtually any combination of Intel based operating systems running concurrently, including: Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows 95, Windows NT, Linux and MS-DOS.
0, a cross-platform, rapid application development tool for creating custom vertical solutions for Intermec's line of Pocket PC, Windows CE, Windows, and MS-DOS pen-based computers.