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Should this business update to Windows 2000 from Windows 98 for its office PCs In the business world today computers and the software applications that run on them basically control an well-organized business Every major company is equipped with a computer or network that connects through different branches throughout the firm To keep up with the fastest technology that dominates the market is to be a sensible buyer A system can be outdated in a matter of two years time Therefore it is necessary for the business to update to Windows 2000 from Windows 98 for its office PCs Windows 2000 is intended to the business world and others who are running large networks of computers It has a lot of things going for it but just because it has some advantages over Windows NT and Windows 98 doesnt mean everyone should try it My purpose here is not to evaluate the software but to counsel caution before you undertake a major operating systems update Even though Microsoft did a good job testing thousands of business applications there are always rough spots in a transition In fact Microsoft has dedicated several Web pages to upgrade issues Once if you then decide to update do it when you can devote time to the changeover If you have multiple machines make the change in stages running the old operating system during the transition First of all the first thing is to determine that Windows 2000 is compatible with your machines According to Windows 2000s description you need at minimum a PC with a 133-MHz Pentium-compatible CPU 64 megabytes of RAM and one gigabyte of disk space It is better with a faster CPU 300 MHz or better and several gigabytes of disk space A bit more memory would be nice too Therefore some small businesses would like to upgrade Windows 2000 but they are bound by their hardware Actually we
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