On Sun, Jul 1, 2012 at 12:29 PM, Karen Lewellen
<klewel...@shellworld.net> wrote:
> Actually given Microsoft restored a dos structure to  what was it, windows
> 7? some of those utilities may be even more current.
> Just my take,
> Karen

I'm not sure what this means. I (sadly) don't have any machines with
32-bit Windows anymore, esp. since I run DOS in various other ways,
but the only "DOS" [sic] apps that still ship with 32-bit Windows that
I can recall are:   edit (circa 1995), debug and edlin (circa 1991). I
don't know how else to say it: Windows is crap for DOS compatibility.
Even XP was barely usable, but it was still far better than what we
have nowadays.

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