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MSDOS under Windows

from Steve Heller (stheller@koyote.com)
You can modify the autoexec.bat and config.sys files, which would affect all Windows programs (harmlessly, I believe), or you could modify the batch file that is started when you open a DOS window. I use NT, which is different, so I can't give you the exact keystrokes, but there are settings for the DOS prompt icon where you can specify the name of a batch file to be executed whenever you open a DOS window. Put the commands for autoexec.bat in that batch file, and you should be all set.
(posted 7075 days ago)

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