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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.
Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional - B23-00079
$64.99 - $190.14
pros: Most stable version of Windows ever produced
cons: Hard to find drivers for some hardware. May not run all games.
If you have to run Windows run Windows 2000
I do a lot of work for radio stations that use computer automation systems, and these systems must r... See Full Review
pros: Super Stable, reliable, fast, secure (except some worms at beginning)
cons: 1 Major Flaw in it - read my last paragraph carefully.
Grrrrrrrrreat! Very Stable ! At last MicroSoft did some work
I am using Computers since Windows 95 and although I like Windows at that time It was only after a w... See Full Review
pros: Masochists will love this
cons: This product should not be sold to the unsuspecting public
Windows 2000 Professional - Product should come with serious warning label
Oh DOS, where art thou! I am in the process of 'upgrading' from Windows 98 to Windows 2000. I say "p... See Full Review
pros: Stability, lack of frills.
cons: no standard msconfig
Best Microsoft OS
I have been running and recommending w2k for about a year and a half now. It has never crashed on me... See Full Review
pros: Highly stable; Secure; Easy to network; Very little problems; No activation required
cons: Service Pack problems can make you pull your hair out!
The OS that hits the Spot
I'm going to say this outright: I used to be a Windows XP lover. With that said, now I can continue.... See Full Review
i find this system to...
i find this system to be reliable balanced and easy to use it has all the windows programmes at hand... See Full Review
pros: Great stability, simple interface.
cons: None that I know of so far.
Most stable Windows I've seen yet.
Lucky lucky me. I recieved Windows 2000 Professional for free. Well, to be honest, not really for... See Full Review
pros: Extremely stable, supports hardware very well, efficient, broadband friendly!
cons: No games..
Windows 2000: No BS
I have been using Windows 2000 for a while now. I could understand what gave Microsoft a bad rap, un... See Full Review
pros: Stable, full featured.
cons: Limited 16-bit app support, some games may not work
Rock Solid Business OS
Windows 2000 Pro as a home user's OS? Very possible. Many have slammed this OS for not being right... See Full Review
pros: easy to use, worth upgrading, reliable
Microsoft Does it Again
When Microsoft released Windows 2000, I thought it was going to be another stupid operating system.... See Full Review
|Family Line||Microsoft Windows|
|Software Category||Operating Systems|
|Volume Pricing Level||Standard|
|Required CPU Speed (PC)||133 MHz|
|Required Memory (PC)||64 MB|
|Required Disk Space (PC)||2.65 GB|
|Required CPU Class (PC)||Intel Pentium|
|Operating System||Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional|