DOS

DOS


A simple implementation of DOS for files & directories. Supports DIR, CD, MD, RD, DEL, CLS, HELP, C: & D:

Amaze your friends, or give them a time shock!

If you do not know what DOS is, then please do not get this, you won't understand.

note: This does NOT run old PC Apps. It is only dir functions, not a full x86 emulator
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$.99
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2.2
User ratings
9
Installs
100+
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0
File size
30 kb
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About DOS
A simple implementation of DOS for files & directories. Supports DIR, CD, MD, RD, DEL, CLS, HELP, C: & D:

Amaze your friends, or give them a time shock!

If you do not know what DOS is, then please do not get this, you won't understand.

note: This does NOT run old PC Apps. It is only dir functions, not a full x86 emulator

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A Google User
May 29, 2011
A better DOS As a heavy MSDOS user on my PC, I would be lost without a mini DOS on my Android cell phone. I do miss the file sizes in the directory display. There would be room for rounded off file sizes in the same region used for the tag if the K, M, and G suffixes were used to indicate kilobytes, megabytes, and gigabytes. Also, while the Windows MSDOS default is white text on a black background, the window can be configured for black text on a white background, and I do not like the default.
A Google User
May 29, 2011
A better DOS As a heavy MSDOS user on my PC, I would be lost without a mini DOS on my Android cell phone. I do miss the file sizes in the directory display. There would be room for rounded off file sizes in the same region used for the <DIR> tag if the K, M, and G suffixes were used to indicate kilobytes, megabytes, and gigabytes. Also, while the Windows MSDOS default is white text on a black background, the window can be configured for black text on a white background, and I do not like the default.
Anonymous
May 29, 2011
A better DOS As a heavy MSDOS user on my PC, I would be lost without a mini DOS on my Android cell phone. I do miss the file sizes in the directory display. There would be room for rounded off file sizes in the same region used for the <DIR> tag if the K, M, and G suffixes were used to indicate kilobytes, megabytes, and gigabytes. Also, while the Windows MSDOS default is white text on a black background, the window can be configured for black text on a white background, and I do not like the default.
A Google User
Jan 4, 2011
Didn't work for me
Richy
Jan 4, 2011
Didn't work for me