The original operating system that IBM supplied with its personal computers, licensed from Microsoft.
Personal Computer Disk Operating System. A version of MS-DOS licensed by IBM for use on its personal computers.
Another disk operating system, but sold by IBM instead of by Microsoft. Viruses that infect DOS based systems are usually capable of infecting both PC and MS DOS based systems.
The DOS produced by IBM designed to work like MS-DOS. Early versions of it bear striking similarities to the earlier CP/M, but it utilizes simpler commands. It provides only a CLI, but either Windows 3.1 or GEOS may be run on top of it to provide a GUI. It only runs on x86 based machines.
a version of DOS from IBM.
The version of the DOS operating system supplied with PCs sold by IBM. PC-DOS and MS-DOS started out as virtually identical operating systems, with only a few minor differences in device driver nam ... more
personal computer disk operating system) IBM's trademarked acronym for their PC operating system. If PC-DOS runs on an IBM compatible, it is then called MS-DOS.