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MS-DOS is an acronym that stands for Microsoft Disk Operating System. It was the operating system that preceded most modern versions of Microsoft Windows which was invented in August 1981, based on 86-DOS for IBM compatible computers. It's last official update was in 1994.

MS-DOS is a command line interface, meaning that commands must be typed make program work, as opposed to graphical user interface (GUI), which has an image based interface that allows users to access programs via pictures and icons that represent programs, using computer accessories like a mouse.

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