Friday, September 1st, 2006
You may know that DOS files are stored in directories or subdirectories. Well, in today’s Windows world, directories are called folders and when talking about DOS, specific rules apply to creating and naming those files and directories.
DOS uses what is called an 8.3 file naming structure, otherwise known as eight dot three. This simply means that a file name can be up to eight characters long and have a… Continue reading