I am happy to answer any questions about how to USE Microsoft Windows 2000. I still run both Windows 2000 Workstation and Server here in my office. Also, please be sure to check the Windows Tips & Tricks and Windows Tutorials sections of my web site.
I have been using Windows 2000 since it first came out. I have been teaching Windows (all versions) in the classroom since 1994, and online through computer tutorials since 2002.
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Yes, you can use the Disk Manager to create new partitions in empty space HOWEVER Windows 2000 can't resize active partitions so you will need a 3rd party tool to shrink the existing OS primary partition
I have NEVER been a fan of installing one operating system over another one. Even so-called "upgrade" options cause more trouble then they're worth. I've always been a proponent of FORMATTING a drive first
Virtual memory allows your computer to take a chunk of hard drive space and treat it as system memory. It's also called a "swap" or "paging" file. In Windows 2000, right-click on My Computer and go
Well, I never recommend UPGRADING your operating system. If you're going to move up to Windows 7, your best bet is to install a fresh, new copy - preferably on a new PC. However, with that said, if
Sorry, but I have never used Works Suite 2004. It sounds like Word can't read your data file. I would try saving the data file as something else (I'm sure there's an option in Works to do that, but