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"All of my company units have W2000 Pro installed. Due to extreme cost, not to mention why bother, they will stay that way until their assigned tasks are done. I do have a new, state of the art rack server now, running? W2K pro. LOL"

I still use my W2K licenses too...in fact if this afternoon stays this quiet work wise (next Monday will be hell) I'm going to reinstall W2K in a rack unit I plan to dedicate as my digital mulitrack audio workstation. Why? Becuase W2K works and it's not a resource or pig and it's great for semi-deterministic real time apps without having to throw excessive processing and memory at it.

I'm with you Steve - if it ain't broke and it's paid for it's doing it's job.

TGIF,
B
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