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I use Windows XP Professional SP2 on my main PC and Windows 2000 Professional SP4 on my 2nd PC.  :)

 

 

 

Drive C:120 gig/10 gig part:XP Pro sp2 all updates.Drive F(part):10 gig part with 4 ghgost images taken when it suits me.

Drive G+H:10 gig/4 gig part.Clone of C on G and two ghost images on H(part) when it suits me.

Can boot from either drive through bios settings.Too easy.

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windows xp professional <-- installed on 2 different computers

windows xp home edition <-- pre-installed when i brought my computer

windows 95 <-- installed on a "dead" computer

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Drive C:120 gig/10 gig part:XP Pro sp2 all updates.Drive F(part):10 gig part with 4 ghgost images taken when it suits me.

Drive G+H:10 gig/4 gig part.Clone of C on G and two ghost images on H(part) when it suits me.

Can boot from either drive through bios settings.Too easy.

 

 

 

 

Main PC: Drive C: 80gig XP Pro SP2 + all updates. Drive D: 120gig Storage. Drive G: 120gig external storage (E: & F: are DVD-RWs)

2nd PC: Drive C: 40gig Win 2000 Pro SP4 + all updates. :D

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win 98

win 2000

win xp sp2

win media edition 2005

 

win nt 2003 enterprise edition

 

in 1 pc and planning to add more

 

10 partition

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I love PNG. PNG's are great, especially for screenshots of Windows and applications.

For photos and screenshots of games, JPEG is often better.

 

I use Windows XP Professional with SP2.

Used to run Slackware Linux but that disk crashed, still have ZipSlack on the disk and Ubuntu Linux on a LiveCD.

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is this free to share?Linux_FULL_DVD.jpg

 

 

Mandrake Linux 10.1 Official Full DVD? if yes? ill post the link

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Because I'm seriously thinking WinXP is the last Microsoft operating system I ever intend to use I'd like to know if Linux is as easy to use as Windows, or at the least somewhat similar to Windows?

 

Edit: The reason's I want to eventually switch is because Windows is laden with non-stop security issues and bugs. And since there's a plethora of open source Linux applications available.

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Because I'm seriously thinking WinXP is the last Microsoft operating system I ever intend to use I'd like to know if Linux is as easy to use as Windows, or at the least somewhat similar to Windows?

 

Edit: The reason's I want to eventually switch is because Windows is laden with non-stop security issues and bugs. And since there's a plethora of open source Linux applications available.

 

 

 

Everything has security issues and bugs. Believe it or not, a recent report said Windows is more secure than *nix.

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Everything has security issues and bugs.  Believe it or not, a recent report said Windows is more secure than *nix.

 

 

 

Looks like I'm better off sticking with MS then. I wouldn't doubt if the "more secure" rating came from the release of SP2 for WinXP.

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click on any link to download

 

but *note* its size is more than 2gb

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Please keep any arguments in Personal Messages. Or if you'd prefer I could create a special argument forum. :)

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