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Part: V Appendixes > SHELL= 2.0 and later—Internal

SHELL= 2.0 and later—Internal

You use SHELL= to specify the name and location of the command interpreter that MS-DOS should use. Normally, you use COMMAND.COM, but other third-party shells, such as 4DOS and NDOS, can use SHELL= to gain control of the command line. Another common use of the SHELL= command is to change the size of the environment. SHELL= can be used only in your CONFIG.SYS file.


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