MS-DOS

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MS-DOS sī 1-khoán kò-jîn tiān-náu ê chok-gia̍p hē-thóng, kai-hoat ê kong-si sī Microsoft, sī 1980 nî-tāi kàu 1990 nî-tāi kap IBM PC phoè-ha̍p ê hē-thóng.

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1980 nî, goân-té Gary Kildall kap IBM tùi sin-hêng kò-jîn tiān-náu ê ha̍p-chok kiat-sok. Hit-chūn IBM choán hiòng chhōe Bill Gates kap Microsoft lâi thê-kiong chok-gia̍p hē-thóng. IBM bé ê hē-thòng kiò chò QDOS, sī Tim Paterson só͘ khai-hoat--ê. In ùi 1981 nî ùi IBM PC téng-bīn hoat-hêng ê pán-pún hō miâ PC-DOS. M̄-koh Microsoft bô chiong hí-khó goân-choân bē niū hō͘ IBM, in mā ka-tī hoat-hêng kiò chò MS-DOS ê pán-pún, pún sán-phín soah hō͘ Microsoft thàn ji̍p tōa-liōng ê siu-ji̍p.

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  • Henderson, Harry (2008). "MS-DOS". Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology (Revised Edition). Facts On File.