Michael S. Lorrey wrote:
> 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.
Unless your hardware is really straining to run NT 4, I'd suggest upgrading
to Win2K Professional. You'd get a similar performance boost, plus you get
to keep all the NT functionality/security advantages and you get a huge
boost in reliability. Plus, you get all those new features to play with...
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