RE: Planning: Minimum System Requirements
Or more precisely:
Windows Millennium Edition = end of the line for the venerable Windows 9x
Windows 2000 Professional = Windows NT 5.0 Workstation
Windows 2000 Server = Windows NT 5.0 Server
Windows 2000 Enterprise Edition = Windows NT 5.0 Server with Clustering
Perhaps the confusion came from Windows XP (loosely NT 6.0 workstation) with
its Home Edition (sans remote desktop, EFS, among others a la Pro) vs.
My two cents,
From: Stephen Stafford [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, July 21, 2003 8:53 AM
To: Michelle Konzack; email@example.com
Subject: Re: Planning: Minimum System Requirements
On Mon, Jul 21, 2003 at 05:14:05PM +0200, Michelle Konzack wrote:
> On Mon, 2003-07-21 10:04:46 -0400, Brian White wrote:
> >OS: Windows 2000 or XP. Since 95/98/ME/NT are obsolete by MS standards,
> > I don't think we need to support it. Let's make use of the abilities
> > of the newer operating system versions rather than try to be
> > compatible across all of them.
> but 'Windows ME' = 'Windows 2000'
> The only ddifference is, that There are only a 'Windows ME Home Edition'
> and then 'Windows 2000 Professional' and 'Windows 2000 Enterprise'.
Umm, sorry. That's just totally wrong. ME is the culmination of the win9x
line, and 2k is of the NT line. The differences are vast (not least being
that ME is a pimple upon the arse of MS Windows and 2k is pretty good for
what it is).
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