Geek Fact for June 11th


In 1991, Microsoft released MS-DOS 5.0.

MS-DOS 5.0 was a major upgrade. It allowed parts of DOS to load itself in the high memory area. It also added support for IBM’s new 2.88 MB floppy disks.

Learn more at http://www.oldcomputermuseum.com/os/msdos_5.0.html

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