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Subject: XP vs. 2000 (was: Avos and strategy (was: avos))
From: Fred Maxwell (rockbox_at_anti-spam.org)
Date: 2003-12-16


Chris Holt wrote:

> On Mon, 15 Dec 2003 13:29:39 -0500, Fred Maxwell wrote:
>
> > In other words, if
> > you bought a peripheral that worked with Windows 2000, then the
> > drivers should have been updated at no additional charge to you so
> > that it would work with Windows XP.

{snip}

> I agree with you, except I can't figure out why someone would want to
> downgrade their OS like that. ;-)

I've used XP and 2000 extensively. I had 2000 at home and moved to XP. At
work I still use 2000. I have found the stability and robustness of XP to
be superior to 2000. I have also found that it sports various improvements
including faster startup and shutdown and better compatibility with older
apps. I also appreciate some of the little touches, like the way that XP
has the ability to sync with time servers and its ability to natively handle
ZIP files. As soon as you go away from the hokey XP interface and go back
to "classic", everything is good.

Regards,
  Fred Maxwell



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