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Windows XP 100 62.50%
Windows 2000 33 20.63%
Windows Me 21 13.13%
Windows 98 33 20.63%
Windows 95 3 1.88%
Linux 22 13.75%
Unix 2 1.25%
Mac 6 3.75%
Windows NT4 3 1.88%
Other 2 1.25%
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Old 03-27-2002, 05:44 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I use XP and i think...ahem...I know it's the best
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Old 04-14-2002, 08:38 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Windows XP is a very good OS IMO, especially from M$. But still, I prefer Windows 2000 for stability.

Just be sure that before "upgrading" to XP, it is best to do a clean install rather than upgrade. Reports of low performance after converting to NTFS are usually a result of an unclean partition in the beginning.
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Windows XP is a very good OS IMO, especially from M$. But still, I prefer Windows 2000 for stability.

Just be sure that before "upgrading" to XP, it is best to do a clean install rather than upgrade. Reports of low performance after converting to NTFS are usually a result of an unclean partition in the beginning.
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Old 04-16-2002, 03:06 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Well I'm using a Beta of Windows .NET Server, its a first class OS just like Windows XP, I'm not a big Linux fan but I do use it ocassionally (same with UNIX).
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Well I'm using a Beta of Windows .NET Server, its a first class OS just like Windows XP, I'm not a big Linux fan but I do use it ocassionally (same with UNIX).
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Welcome to Tech froums NTLDR and thanks for your imput!

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