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Autoexec.bat is an automatic batch file set for startup in MS-DOS and Early Various Windows. It contains commands that are to be executed by the operating system when the computer first bootes into DOS.
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<code>'''AUTOEXEC.BAT'''</code> is an automatic batch file set for startup in [[MS-DOS]] and Early Versions of [[Windows]]. It contains commands that are to be executed by the operating system when the computer first bootes into DOS.
  
You need to execute the following command to edit autoexec.bat
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You need to execute the following command to edit it:
 
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<code>"edit C:\autoexec.bat"</code>
"edit C:\autoexec.bat"
 

Revision as of 09:28, 13 July 2019

AUTOEXEC.BAT is an automatic batch file set for startup in MS-DOS and Early Versions of Windows. It contains commands that are to be executed by the operating system when the computer first bootes into DOS.

You need to execute the following command to edit it: "edit C:\autoexec.bat"