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    hahaha thats not the point:)

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    So ya were tryin' to run XP on that K6-2 Compaq of your's then? :laugh:

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    haha k6-2 is old computer, the compaq's a 900mhz thunderbird:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by aznx
    with win2k3, i've installed so much, and i still get 5 second boots/3 second shutdowns:)
    may be i m wrong but imo that seems to be exaggerating a bit.
    3 seconds shutdown???? :confused:
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    Yea I have been running Windows 2003 Standard for a while now. IMHO it's the best windows operating system ever made. After some tweaking you can transform it into what they like to call 'Windows 2003 Professional'. So far I have found it to be not only extremely stable, but significantly faster than XP Pro. OOTB it's more secure, and for all the reasons above it's my fav. M$ OS ever! :afro:
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    asklepios, its like a, b00m b00m b00m.p00ff off

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    Quote Originally Posted by XBoy
    for all the reasons above it's my fav. M$ OS ever! :afro:
    I wouldnt say ever
    More like so far. cuz you never know what they will come up with next! :?:

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    i put 2k3 enterprise edition on one of my rgs. way to secure for gameing at first start but i couldnt get the old win (95,98,nt,2000gui) to look like the XP gui (u know the blue task-bar and such, anyway i love it too and it is very stable not one prob since i got it...

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    I can't really complain about XP Pro - its been better than any Win9x mod that i have used and doesn't seem to crash - except during a splinter cell demo which is wierd.

    People still use the old versions alot with no problems - you must need something special if you want something better than Xp.

    What alternative operating systems non microsoft OS are there out there apart from Linux? Reckon sun microsystems will make one?

    ta ta

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