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The VER command
DOS will tell you what version
is running simply by typing VER & pressing enter
at the command prompt.
Type VER then press Enter at the command prompt to determine what version of DOS is running. In Windows from the DOS Prompt VER will display the Operating System version.
Mixing up versions of programs
from DOS can make the program appear corrupt. Occasionally,
the DOS program is smart enough to figure out what is
For example, the archaic program
backup in DOS will display the error wrong
Practice VER command
DOS within DOS
Be cautious concern command.com and DOS version 5. There were actually two versions of DOS 5. Version A and Version C. The command.com for each are NOT interchangeable.
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