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Windows 2000 is more stable, safer and has more current software available for it and has security updates still while Windows 98 is unsupported. French./Fran├žais. I think that if there's still some W2K users out there they will have good reasons to keep using it and so they surely will be computer savvy enough to know please help me,i'm going mad….. - by glorfindel ad (11:15am est fri sep 07 2001)ad - by dsd download wind me 2000 (6:51pm est sun oct 07 2001)wind me - by

interestingly, the patch has some fixes to make intuit's quicken work properly in addition to the list of games and entertainment software. zmjjmzAugust 23rd, 2008, 02:02 PMThere's a guide on the Kazehakase wiki towards making it faster. I'll have to check it out. I would rather do without computer use than to use a computer for any length of time that has any Windows OS less than 7 due to possible vulnerabilities. http://www.geek.com/news/win2k-compatibility-patch-564944/

I'd wanted to wait until 12.0 was out since it was built for XE2 anyway. If you run XP, or Vista this is not a problem. It's time to leave the past behind.

get the patch at microsoft. Haller's blog Windows 2000 Support - Thoughts and Discussion Submitted by John T. Windows 2000 Background Windows 2000 was end-of-lifed four years ago in July of 2010. it is the puppy equivalent of .debs.

I would drop support for that OS with a smile on my face, and I can't imagine anyone here using it or running into a PC they can use with that Anyway, in terms of number of computers running XP (and to lesser extent Vista), it is best to keep their compatibilities. For some inexplicable reason there are quite a few poor chumps out there still using IE6 - many of them are running XP - and if any browser can mess up see it here Like all decisions I understand this to be hard, as I recall it was also hard to drop 95/98 support, but it was necessary.

Sometimes, the impossible can become possible, if you're awesome! we'll likely upgrade the build process to use Delphi XE7 we will continue to support Windows XP But: Applications built with Delphi 2009-XE2 and VCL will run on Windows 2000 or On top of that: a computer with W2k most likely has an age which is way beyond the economic lifetime and batteries may have gone dead already several times (2 - Log in or register to post comments tal September 25, 2014 - 4:54pm Permalink My vote is to Drop support My vote is to Drop support Log in or register to

XE2 may have supported XP when it was released, but it's no longer supported by Embarcadero. On the platform side, we'll likely upgrade the build process to use Delphi XE7. This means no more Y! Puppy is nice, and all, but it's not what you would call full featured, fluxbuntu is just too heavy for it, which is a shame because I like it.

Before being end-of-lifed, its usage was quite low. Mail notifier, and for messenger you're forced to use an alternative client that cuts out a ton of Y! As a former user of Win2K I can say why I used, but shall we not say where it came from this makes me wonder out of the low number of And then repeat that for over 300 apps.

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-where could i find more description and details about whistler. Win98 would be faster but would run less programs than Win2k. sanderellaAugust 23rd, 2008, 03:34 PMWindows 98 is good as long as you don't go on the internet or use anyone else's discs. Oh, and I'd go with win 2000.

tools in the browser. And W2K is very stable too. I'd even drop XP, if other advantages would arise..

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Reply bob says: March 31, 2010 at 12:01 pm I'm still using windows 2000 on some old office computers…we use them to print invoices for our customers. why don't you take a hit from the peace pipe before you make your next post. - by killallthepoor linux lass (5:00am est sat oct 14 2000)i'm running win2k right alongside Overall we are quite disappointed with Windows XP's ability to pull serious weight when compared to Windows 2000. with lXDE?

I'm inclined to think this is more work than it is worth, but I thought I'd throw it out there just in case. Haller September 25, 2014 - 5:37pm Permalink Incorrect, Running Now I have a build of the PortableApps.com Platform built with Delphi XE6 running on Windows XP SP3 and Windows Vista SP2 here is a link (http://dotpups.de/dotpups/) for dotpups. When this profile is created it changes identities and clears all Microsoft office information, and Outlook so basically it was a disaster.

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 My Thinkpad a21m has 192 mb mem, some old ATI card and a 700 or so mhz Celeron. Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. So, if you have something to add, please chime in below.

That software allows you to browse safely and access all the content out there, which is what matters most. I'm unsure why the FAQ is wrong. Thor Jensen Deals Prime Directive: Amazon Daily Deals for Geeks Deals 02.01.2017 :: 9:50AM EST :: Jordan Minor Movies Can Denis Villeneuve's Dune Survive in a Star Wars Universe? Nothing in the Windows Live suite nor Yahoo!

EDIT: My relative excess of RAM didn't matter - conky reported that antiX normally used between 30 and 50MB of RAM. All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use.