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M!cr0$0ft W!nd0ws 2000 Professional (CORP) | 380 MB

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About Windows:
Built on NT technology, Windows 2000 Professional offers rock-solid reliability and improved manageability that simplify desktop management. And its integrated Web capabilities and broad support for mobile computers and hardware devices make it easy for business users to connect to the Internet and work anywhere, anytime.
Windows 2000 Professional is built upon the rock-solid reliability of Windows NT technology, which makes it significantly more reliable than either Windows 95 or Windows 98 technology. Reliability improvements in Windows 2000 Professional make it even more stable than Windows NT Workstation. Windows 2000 Professional offers high system uptime, dynamic system configuration and resilience to application failures.

The support for standards-based security in Windows 2000 Professional protects corporate data in stand-alone and networked environments. Windows 2000 Professional offers a set of built-in tools that make it easier to deploy and manage. In addition, Windows 2000 Professional offers an intelligent user interface that adapts to the way users work thereby making the users more efficient.

Windows 2000 Professional extends the capability of notebooks through support for Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI), Smart Battery and Advanced Virtual Private Network (VPN). It enables users to work anywhere, anytime through support for offline folders and files. The improved hardware support in Windows 2000 Professional includes support for the latest hardware standards, including Universal Serial Bus (USB), Infrared Data Association (IrDA), and IEEE 1394.

Windows 2000 Professional is designed to make it easier for organizations to embrace the Internet. The built-in Internet Explorer (IE), a tightly integrated browser, provides users with a faster and richer Internet experience.
With support for Dynamic HTML (DHTML) and Extensible Markup Language (XML), it offers a powerful platform for developers to create highly scalable end-to-end e-commerce and line-of-business web applications.

Hardware Requirements:
Before you install Windows 2000, make sure your computer meets the
following minimum hardware requirements:

* 133 MHz Pentium or higher microprocessor (or equivalent).
Windows 2000 Professional supports up to two processors
on a single computer.
* 64 megabytes (MB) of RAM recommended minimum.
32 MB of RAM is the minimum supported. 4 gigabytes (GB) of
RAM is the maximum.
* A 2 GB hard disk with 650 MB of free space.
If you're installing over a network, more free hard disk
space is required.
* VGA or higher resolution monitor.
* Keyboard.
* Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device (optional).

File Systems:
Before you install Windows 2000, you should decide which file system
you should use. A file system is the method by which information is
stored on a hard disk.
Windows 2000 supports the NTFS file system or one of the file
allocation table file systems (FAT or FAT32).

The NTFS file system is the recommended file system for use with
Windows 2000. NTFS has all of the basic capabilities of FAT, and it
provides the following advantages over the FAT and FAT 32 file

* Better file security.
* Better disk compression.
* Support for large hard disks, up to 2 terabytes (TB). (The
maximum drive size for NTFS is much greater than that for FAT,
and as drive size increases, performance with NTFS doesn't
degrade as it does with FAT.)

If you're using a dual-boot configuration (using both Windows 2000
and another operating system on the same computer), you may not be
able to gain access to files on NTFS partitions from the other
operating system on your computer. For this reason, you should
probably use FAT32 or FAT if you want a dual-boot configuration.

For more information about dual booting, see "Dual-Boot
Configuration," later in this readme series.

FATand FAT32:
FAT32 is an enhanced version of the FAT file system that can be used
on drives from 512 megabytes (MB) to 2 TB in size. FAT and FAT32 offer
compatibility with operating systems other than Windows 2000. If
you're setting up a dual-boot configuration, you should probably use
FAT or FAT32.

If you're dual booting Windows 2000 and another operating system,
choose a file system based on the other operating system, using the
following criteria:

* Format the partition as FAT if the installation partition is
smaller than 2 gigabytes (GB), or if you're dual booting
Windows 2000 with MS-DOS(r), Windows 3.1, Windows 95,
Windows 98, or Windows NT. It's recommended that you use NTFS
rather than FAT32 for partitions larger than 32 GB.
* Use FAT32 for use on partitions that are 2 GB or larger. If you
choose to format using FAT during Windows 2000 Setup and your
partition is greater than 2 GB, Setup automatically formats
it as FAT32.


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