General

deltree MS-DOS Command

Type: External (6.0 and later) Syntax: DELTREE [/Y] [d:]path [d:]path[…] Purpose: Deletes (erases) a directory including all files and subdirectories that are in it (new with DOS Version 6). Discussion Unlike the RMDIR command, the DELTREE command allows you to delete a directory even if it contains files and subdirectories. …

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About Advanced Settings

Although the default settings for PWS allow you to quickly and safely publish documents on your Web site, you may have special needs that require changing some of the defaults. For instance, the default setting is to have a home page that displays links to other documents on your site. …

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mkdir MS-DOS Command

Type: Internal (2.0 and later) Syntax: MKDIR (MD) [d:]path Purpose: Creates a new subdirectory. Discussion If you do not specifically enter a path designation, the directory will be created as a subdirectory within the current directory. There is no limit to the number of directories you can create. However, the …

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Logging Site Activity

You can create a log file that lists everyone who has visited your site and which files they accessed while they were there. This is one way of checking who is using your site. To enable site activity logging In Personal Web Manager, click the Advanced icon on the sidebar. …

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Train and Part Grading Standards

Grading Issues Train Repair Parts: The majority of the items we sell are repair parts. As such, attempting to apply any of the current grading standards to them is speculative at best. Aside from NOS (New Old Stock), Like New and the like, all descriptions will contain specific grading information …

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Operating Systems and File Systems Windows® 3.x

Operating Systems and their File Systems If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left click here! Windows 3.x Microsoft first began development of the Interface Manager (eventually renamed Microsoft Windows) in September 1981. Although the first prototypes used Multiplan and Word-like menus …

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What is SYSMark 2000

What is SYSmark® 2000? SYSmark® 2000: SYSMark® 2000 is a performance testing product developed by the Business Applications Performance Corporation (BAPCo). BAPCo is a non-profit consortium of original equipment manufacturers with a charter to develop and distribute a set of objective performance benchmarks for personal computers based on popular software applications …

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Performance Center No Frames Menu

About US Help and FAQ Site Map Welcome to our Performance Center Menu Page You have arrived at this page either from our Site Map or because your browser doesn’t support frame pages. If you arrived via our Site Map and would rather use a moving menu for performance topics …

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Customer Support Contact Form

Customer Support Contact Form  Caution: Email travelling the Internet can be intercepted by outside parties, therefore caution should be taken when sending certain kinds of information. Please do not send us any logon, password or credit card information in this communication. This form is for diagnostic purposes only to assist …

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Bypassing the Windows 2000 Serial Number Check During Installation

Bypassing the Windows 2000 Serial Check If you’re involved in business workstation roll-outs, saving time is important. Any time you can reduce or eliminate personal (yours) or a users intervention during an operating system installation, you save time. Microsoft understood the need to make installations of Windows NT, and the …

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