But that's less relevant nowadays, since Windows 95 "no longer
Of course, lots of people discovered very quickly that there is
something in there calling itself DOS 7.0 which starts a gui called
win-something-or-other out of its autoexec.bat file on startup, and
gives you pretty much a traditional DOS prompt with the traditional
commands when the relevant line is removed from autoexec.bat.
However, since Microsoft "eliminated DOS" (if only from their
marketing materials), it becomes a lot harder to accuse them of
anticompetitive practices for producing a GUI layer that runs only on
their *own* DOS, and not on the others Joe named above...