MS-DOS 3

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MS-DOS 3
Version of MS-DOS
MS-DOS 3.00 First Boot.png
MS-DOS 3.00 booting
Version3.x
Release date1984-08
Replaces
MS-DOS 2
Replaced by
MS-DOS 4

MS-DOS 3 is a family of versions of MS-DOS, initially released in 1984.

MS-DOS 3.00[edit | edit source]

MS-DOS 3.00 was released in 1984-08. It added support for FAT16 partitions up to 32 MB, 5.25" 1.2 MB floppy disk drives and the IBM AT internal clock.[1]

MS-DOS 3.10[edit | edit source]

MS-DOS 3.10 was released in 1985-04. This version was the first that supported local area networks.[2]

MS-DOS 3.20[edit | edit source]

MS-DOS 3.20 was released in 1986-01. It added support for 3.5" double-density (DD) 720 kB floppy disk drives.

MS-DOS 3.21[edit | edit source]

MS-DOS 3.21 was released in 1987-05. It added support for the IBM Enhanced and Convertible keyboards.[3]

MS-DOS 3.30[edit | edit source]

MS-DOS 3.30 was released in 1987-04. It added support for 1.44 MB floppy disk drives and extended hard disk partitions.[4]

MS-DOS 3.31[edit | edit source]

MS-DOS 3.31 was released in 1987-11. It added support for FAT16 partitions larger than 32 MB.

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