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    I'm confused. Do you want security or stability? If it's security then it's more a file system than an operating system that makes it secure. Whereas stability is up to the OS.

    In regards to your question about copying an OS from one drive to another, there's a couple little things you've got to watch out for:

    - using a program that clones or 'ghosts' a drive will work for the majority of older operating systems out there. Something like Ghost or Drive Image will do the job.
    - Any of the NT based operating systems (as far as I know) will need to have their security identifiers (SIDs) changed to work on the new PC. I know it's the case for Win2K and WinXP. There's a application called Sysprep available from Microsoft that can do this and repackage the OS for the transfer.

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    i got it as a gift and it is really easy and effective
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    Thanks for the info.

    I mean, security against crashes and what not. I gues i should have said most stable OS. or most reliable.
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