Martin Ling wrote:
> ...and people feel they have to upgrade to keep up to date. And of
> course, this means being on an up to date version of Windows. Which
> means being on an up to date computer.
> 90% of business machines could still be 486's with Windows 3.1.
Many still are. There are two running at Datamann right now. Most
machines there are win95, only a few have gone to win98, and none to
2000 yet. I'm on NT 4 at my office there.
The only reason machines tend to get upgraded is application bloat.
Though I like what I'm hearing about Win98lite. Its supposed to be 20%
faster than standard win98.
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