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Thread: Xp Vs 2000

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    Whats your favourite?

    Windows 2000 or Windows XP

    ive tryed both and i like 2000 a little bit better

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    yep 2000 absoloutly! it is really stable and does not hog up ram like xp! very stable OS!

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    XP kicks ass! get decent comps if you think xp is sh*t!

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    Win 2000 Advanced Server is not only the best, yet it's the most stable OS MS have to date.

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    Originally posted by Kunal@13 October 2003 - 21:14
    XP kicks ass! get decent comps if you think xp is sh*t!
    my pc handles XP fine, but windows 2000 still wins. i always think XP is commerial. dont ask why

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    Originally posted by nikita69@13 October 2003 - 20:51
    Win 2000 Advanced Server is not only the best, yet it's the most stable OS MS have to date.
    but it's not a desktop OS...it's not meant for that.

    Anyway...2000 is very good, but XP has some features that I don't like being without, and if resources are a
    problem just turn of visual styles, menu fades, etc.

    this post is guaranteed 100% parrot-free

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    Why do you like 2000 better? I understand that a lot of people can't abide all the wizards and the theming, but it's very easy to turn them off.

    The fact is that both OS's are built on the same kernel. One significant advantage that XP has is being able to run the core Windows system from memory, rather than paging it to disc, although this does require plenty of RAM.

    And i agree with Sparsely. Why are all these kids claiming to be running a server OS? Oh yes, because apparently it's more stable. Well i have had no stability issues with Windows since i ditched Windows 98 and started using 2000 3 years ago. I cannot remember my system ever crashing since then, not once.

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    System Restore and Device Driver Rollback are two good features available in WinXP and not in 2000.

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    Netweiser,

    What does 2000 do better than XP?
    Why do you like it a "little " bit better?
    "I am the one who knocks."- Heisenberg

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    Originally posted by clocker@13 October 2003 - 22:34
    Netweiser,

    What does 2000 do better than XP?
    Why do you like it a "little " bit better?
    well, i dont know. they both look and feel the same to me. but XP has some annoying features which make u seem like a total thick sh*t and i dont like them. and win2000 dont use so much ram.

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