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When COMMAND.COM is running, some features of the Windows NT command prompt, such as the Doskey display of command history, are not available. If you would prefer to run the Windows NT command interpreter after you have started a TSR or started the command prompt from within an MS-DOS-based application, you can use the ntcmdprompt command. However, keep in mind that the TSR may not be available for use when you are running CMD.EXE. You can include the ntcmdprompt command in your CONFIG.NT file or the equivalent custom startup file in an applications PIF.

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