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Antony wrote:Windows 2000 was, well, a pretty good Windows at its time.
stoperror wrote:Antony wrote:Windows 2000 was, well, a pretty good Windows at its time.
Windows 2000 was so good, in fact, that I primarily used it until last year. Windows 2000 was the best version of Windows, ever. Scratch that, Windows 2000 is the best version of Windows ever. If I didn't need to use a newer version of Windows, I'd still use good ole Windows 2000. Microsoft's dropping support of 2K isn't as big of a deal as when they dropped support for 98/ME 4 years ago. 2K/NT is far more secure than any version of Windows 9x. If you don't do anything stupid and use some form of anti-virus (be it real time or on-demand) and use a superior browser than IE6, I'm sure Windows 2000 will still be kicking in 10 years.
iJohnE wrote:Does anyone know if SP3 requires an upgrade to IE 8? Because it'd be nice if my school was forced to upgrade from IE 7.
Mandrake wrote:Windows 2000 moved the stable Windows NT codebase into the 21st century . . .
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