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Notesforlater. Facebook Chat Symbols. Incredibly Depressing Mega Millions Lottery Simulator! Periodic Table of the Elements - Josh Duck. Calculator company list. Tech Support Management. Codex Sinaiticus - Home. Try ruby! (in your browser) MS-DOS Undocumented + Hidden Secrets. MS-DOS 5.00 - 8.00Undocumented + Hidden Secrets Some of these UNDOCUMENTED MS-DOS commands might save your "computing life" one day, as they have saved mine.I will post here new DOS secrets every time I'll also add them to SECRETS.TXT, part of my Updated ©Tricks + Secrets Files, FREEware: Back 2 Contents COMMAND.COM is the MS-DOS mode command line interpreter, located by default in %winbootdir% + %winbootdir%\COMMAND (default is C:\WINDOWS + C:\WINDOWS\COMMAND) [Windows 95/98/ME, a.k.a.

MS-DOS Undocumented + Hidden Secrets

MS-DOS 7.00/7.10/8.00], C:\DOS or C:\MSDOS [MS-DOS 5.00 - 6.22]. An Introduction (sort of) These pages were originally a few articles thrown up here and there.

Later, I tried to put them in some sort of order. Keep in mind that just because you see something written on these pages, it doesn't mean that it's true. A lot of it is obsolete, as I haven't had the time to keep the pages up to date. At present, I am looking for work, so if you're interested in a mid level Linux admin whose experience includes a great deal of Windows and OS X desktop support, my resume can be viewed here.

Ground Zero. Have you ever wondered what would happen if a nuclear bomb goes off in your city?

Ground Zero

With Google's Maps framework and a bit of Javascript, you can see the outcome. And it does not look good. Search Usage Just enter the address of that boss, teacher, colleague or loved one. If you can find it in Google Maps, you can nuke it. Glimpse. All commands.

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Surfraw - Shell Users' Revolutionary Front Rage Against the Web.