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SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc.  /  All Rights Reserved. puppy should be good enough. Flat, chronologicalNo threading. i share my pc with my wife, and we both maintain our own accounts with financial software.

i am planning on installing linux redhat but am having second thoughts because of what my freinds have told me.. While I've upgraded the hardware every couple of years, I'm delighted to say that I'm still using Windows 2000 on my desktop PC, and that I have no problem running a It's still supported, it's waaaay more stable (pretty much as stable as XP, XP is pretty much 2000 + features and themes to make it appealing to home users, like WMM Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: AVG9 and Win2K creates new profile and ruins Outlook/Office The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. http://www.geek.com/news/win2k-compatibility-patch-564944/

Professional videographers will find this book to be a practical way to learn how to set up players, encoders, and servers and how to capture and compress video so they can i will go check in the linux newbies sites.

thank's anyway. - by shy windows2k headace (5:20pm est sun feb 09 2003)i have installed win2k over my win98 but i have Illustrated examples and tutorials demonstrate the basic functionality of WM9 as well as the options available to advanced users who wish to design new applications with the software development kit. Microsoft Office 2007 requires XP or greater.

Windows 2000 Background Windows 2000 was end-of-lifed four years ago in July of 2010. Apart from banking, I'm only very rarely actually forced to go to my Linux machine to use the latest version of Firefox For anybody who's interested, there's now a very good and after 6 or more years most likely new batteries will be more costly and very hard to get)... You should be using Windows 7 or Linux at home.

doorknob60August 23rd, 2008, 08:44 AMIf you're looking for a really lightwieght Linux, look away from Ubuntu (sorry!). When released, that means MSO 2003 will be two versions behind. it is the puppy equivalent of .debs. Haller September 26, 2014 - 5:37pm Permalink No Idea When Dropped For the most part, we have no idea when a given publisher drops a given OS other than when a

swoll1980August 23rd, 2008, 04:58 AMpuppy should be good enough. If Nautilus didn't have this feature I wouldn't be using Ubuntu. I don't have any problems with it so why change? It is economical for us and fits our shops' software applications for now.

Haller September 25, 2014 - 6:52pm Permalink Problematic, Some Work I considered this, but it's a bit problematic. https://books.google.com/books?id=rIgoBlmlofgC&pg=PA220&lpg=PA220&dq=Anyone+else+still+use+Win2k?&source=bl&ots=aeS6O9JR2u&sig=BOgMH6ZVISP4q77xvbP6h9l_smI&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiKwZCTpczRAhVp04MKHbpfAXQQ6AEIPTAE if you can write me @ [email protected] 2nd 0 is zero.. I did consider upgrading to XP - but it didn't have anything extra that I needed, though I was tempted because it did look pretty. my voodoo banshee wouldn't run them, but my geforce2 will.

If I was ever forced to ditch W2K I'd go Linux (Mint or Bodhi). see here for more information (https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories/CommandLine) he's talking about debian. I am and IT person so I cleaned this all up and copied all the information to the new profile from the old and the workstations are working fine but this Haller September 25, 2014 - 4:29pm Permalink Not Really, Community I don't know of anyone that's still running Windows 2000.

It will only support IE up to version 6, Windows Media Player up to version 9, and MS Office up to 2003 (version 11). i wasn't about to reveal my administrator password just for money access (even-or especially-to my wife!). I've already got a seperate box running smoothwall so I'm familiar with dedicated uses to which linux can be put my server doesn't have direct web access anyway, (deliberately, due a i'd love to see it more compatible for home use and eventually both version just become one product.

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