Re: Windows 2000 - good question

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From:Robert Schoonhoven <>
To:Ian Montgomery <>
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I had some doubts myself and went to the Microsoft Web site to check it
out.  SURPRISE!!!  They do not recommend it for all applications and
instead suggest that you upgrade to the "new " version of '98 for some
applications.  After giving it some careful thought and reviewing MY
applications I decided that I'd go with the new Windows 98 upgrade
instead.  Of course I am limited by some of my software also, as my IA
program is written specifically for '98 (oh how I wish it were for NT!
Oh well *sigh*....).  As I have a tendency to crash my computer at least
once a week (that's why I'm a BETA site I guess) I'm a little leery of
changing my operating system.

Ian Montgomery wrote:
>         Before I prise open the wallet and let the moths out, anyone using Windows
> 2000. What do you think of it, should I bother and just stick to 98.
> Ian.

best regards,
Robert Schoonhoven
Laboratory of Molecular Carcinogenesis and Mutagenesis
Dept. of Environmental Sciences and Engineering
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
office 919-966-6343
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