Windows 2000: Get On Board

The software really shows its stuff on laptops--and in networking setups

Taking shots at Microsoft is a popular thing to do these days, and I have indulged in the sport once or twice myself. But I also believe in giving credit where it is due, and after several months of using Windows 2000 Professional, I can report that my initial favorable impression has strengthened with experience.

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