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Windows 2000.. home use?


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PinCushion

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Alright this may seem like a dumb question I realize but I recently put together a 800mhz computer. Obviously this is outdated now so I didn't want to put xp on it but I was thinking of 98. Would it be possible to put 2000 on this computer instead of 98 since its at least a little newer (don't want to put windows me any where near it) and use it for home use since i know this is typically a networking more work orientated operating system.

Edited by PinCushion, 10 March 2006 - 03:53 PM.

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if you get 2000 pro it will be fine (honestly...if you use 2000 server or anything else it will be fine...just more expensive to buy) i've got 2000 pro on my machine at home...works fine...just isn't as "pretty" as xp..that's all...
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alright thanks for the help
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