“Although Microsoft Corp. doesn’t anoint Windows .Net Server 2003 Release Candidate 2 as “feature-complete,” this edition shows that Microsoft’s next operating system revision will be a significant, incremental upgrade compared with the massive overhaul that took place going from Windows NT to Windows 2000.” The article is at eWeek.
.Net Server 2003: Steady Improvement
2003-01-06 Windows 3 Comments
Good article in most aspects, yet they did not provide a link to join the Windows.NET 2003 CPP. If you want to try out RC2 of Windows.NET, go to http://www.microsoft.com/windows.netserver/preview/default.mspx Also, why will it not support Windows 95 clients? Many places still use Windows 95 and do not want to upgrade due to the increased hardware requirements of Windows 98 and above. I am in the process of downloading Window.NET 2003 Advanced Server RC2, and I only have 58 hours remaining until I have it. Then I will begin doing beta testing.
If you want to try out RC2 of Windows.NET, go to
Anyway, I had the same thought about Win95 … is there any technical reason why they can’t/won’t support it, or is it purely financial? Heck, is it even possible to buy Win98 anymore? Seems like your only option would be to replace Win95 with Win2k or WinXP …. or Linux if it’ll work for you
Yes, Walmart, Office Depot, Staples, Hastings, and Office Max still sell Windows 98SE Upgrade and Full install