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© 1997-2006
Gareth Knight
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- - Contains commands essential for programs to be executed. These can be entered through the shell -
- Contains files needed to load datatypes files and gadgets for object-orientated programs.
- This contains DosDrivers, Datatypes, Keymaps, monitor and Printer drivers that are either mounted whilst booting or needed for preferences.
- It is alleged to store certain drivers for graphic cards or other expansions.
- Stores all the handlers for file systems. These enable you to access among others PC and MAC disks.
- Stores shared libraries essential for running applications.
- Contains the HELP guides as well as information on each country and the language needed for it.
- A number of programs designed to alter the configuration of the Amiga, such as setting the time or the font. It also stores preference files essential for loading certain programs.
- Contains the AREXX server.
- This contains the startup configuration files for Workbench. These are essential files that tell the Amiga exactly what to do
- Stores any DosDrivers, DataTypes, Keymaps, Monitor, or printer drivers that you do not need installed in DEVS:.
- Contains some essential utilities to get the most out of Workbench.
- This stores temporary files on disk.
- Contains basic utilities for use with Workbench. In a sub-directory are stored a few commodities that alter the behaviour of Workbench.
- Contains text/graphic displayers and other utilities.
- Any files placed in here will be executed when the Amiga boots up.
- The Trashcan stores any unwanted files on a particular device. 
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RAM DISK

Clipboard Allows certain programs to cut and paste into each other by storing the file here.
Env Stores preference files to allow Workbench and other programs to allow the Amiga to access them quickly.
T Stores files temporary in memory. This is usually lost when you reboot.

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