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    If its what you say its for , why not NT4 ? Less resources then 2000 or ME and just as stable
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    still some things i cant get around in NT4 But that might be due to my lak of time spent on that OS and theres still no game i cant get to work on a 9x machine YET
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    To a previous Question:
    Yes, XP does send out info on your machine to MS everytime you start the machine. Win32 can be seen by any configurable firewall that it tries to access the internet everytime you start up, luckily you can block this process and still use the OS successfully, but its so quiet most ppl have no clue. Upon further inspection with a packet sniffer, one will find that the Win32 connection sends a small code, which i have found only changes when chaging hardware (like adding a hard drive, even my Pen Drive made a code change) I really have no idea what parts of the code mean what, thou if i did i could replicate a startup service that always sent the same code. The only reason i know all this is cause i got to choose a final project for my Network+ class before getting an A, and taking the cert test. This is what i choose to do the project on, easy A...

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