DOS for Dummies (3rd Edition)
For those of you of a certain age, DOS knowledge was essential if you wanted to use those fancy programs like LOTUS 123, Wordstar, and other early office software. Back then everything was command line, and knowledge of DOS around my office made you one of the top geeks. Even though Windows was around in the very early days of personal computers, I don’t think it was a norm in offices until the early to mid 1990s. I remember when I started back to work after having kids, and all of sudden everything was Windows. It took me quite a while to adjust given my previous experience.
I saw the page with the floppy disks and I was trying to remember the last time I had seen a 5″ floppy. Aside from strolling down memory lane of my experience in office technology, there isn’t much need for a DOS guide. I think this one can be weeded.