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NT version 4

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by RedRebel, Oct 11, 2003.

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  1. RedRebel

    RedRebel Thread Starter

    Jun 16, 2003
    I am currently using win98se and am tired of it constantly crashing. I bought a unregistered copy of NT 4, but my son says he didn't like it. What do you think? Will I be better of with NT 4 or win98se?:rolleyes:
  2. ~Candy~

    ~Candy~ Retired Administrator

    Jan 27, 2001
    Wow, with those 2 choices, I'd have to say 98SE.......
  3. Wet Chicken

    Wet Chicken

    Sep 11, 2000
    You could always get System Commander and then you could use them both :D

    Your son could have his 98se, and you could have your Windows NT. You can see it HERE.

    BTW, it also comes with some great partitioning software that actually works better than Partition Magic. They call it Partition Commander, and it also has something called BackStep™ technology. You simply use their BackStep Wizard which is the safest and easiest way to return your system to its original configuration. Let's say that a month after you've installed that Win98se in its own area, you wish to remove it. Using the BackStep Wizard, you can see all of the actions that the OS Wizard previously performed and any manual partitioning work you have performed using System Commander. Simply select the operations that you wish to reverse and the BackStep Wizard will undo those steps automatically. Nothing could be easier :D
  4. BTS '76

    BTS '76

    Dec 7, 2002
    windows NT, not plug and play, no support for USB (without special software) no boot menu option, like safe mode.

    I would stick with 98SE
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