Sometimes the latest tools aren’t necessarily the greatest. Case in point: it turns out that humble DOS, that pre-Windows dinosaur, is a much better choice when you need to get a comprehensive list of files that are on, say, a CD or DVD. If you’ve just been handed a disk or flash drive chock-full of discovery documents (or anything else), and you need to get a handle on what’s there, click here for a little show and tell on how you can use this forgotten tool from the 1980s to make short work of a directory listing.
Unless otherwise noted, all instructions and screenshots are from Microsoft Office for Windows.
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