Displays the name of or changes the current directory.
Checks a disk and displays a status report.
Clears the screen.
Compares two groups of files to find information that does not match.
Copies and appends files.
Displays and/or sets the system date.
Optimizes disk performance by reorganizing the files on the disk.
Deletes files from disk.
Deletes a directory including all files and subdirectories that are in it.
Displays directory of files and directories stored on disk.
Compares the contents of two diskettes.
Displays messages or turns on or off the display of commands in a batch file.
Starts the MS-DOS editor, a text editor used to create and edit ASCII text files.
Exits a secondary command processor.
Expands a compressed file.
Displays a list of DOS commands with a brief explanation of each.
Finds and reports the location of a specific string of text characters in one or more files.
Performs repeated execution of commands (for both batch processing and interactive processing).
Formats a disk to accept DOS files.
Provides a way to print contents of a graphics screen display.
Allows for conditional operations in batch processing.
Creates or changes or deletes a volume label for a disk.
Displays amount of installed and available memory, including extended, expanded, and upper memory.
Creates a new subdirectory.
Sends output to console, one screen at a time.
Moves one or more files to the location you specify. Can also be used to rename directories.
Sets or displays directories that will be searched for programs not in the current directory.
Changes the filename under which a file is stored.
Removes a subdirectory.
Sorts input and sends it to the screen or to a file.
Copies directories, subdirectories, and files.