Re: Windows XP SP2 16 bit not supported



T. Waters
07-09-2005, 11:20 PM
Correction:
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/pro/howtobuy/choosing2.mspx
The previous link got pretty garbled.

T. Waters wrote:
> Alon, you are one impressive kid! A computer maven for sure.
> Good luck in your career (which will it be, computers or "something
> else"?). LOL!
> I know everyone says that Pro is more stable, but here is what MS
> says: http://www./howtobuy/choosing2.aspmicrosoft.com/windowsxp/pro
> Which feature missing from Home is the problem, in your opinion?
> PS: Hack into your Dad's site and put some margins on those pages!
> The print is too close to the edge.
>
> Alon Ganon wrote:
>> what the heck was microsoft thinking geting rid of 16 bit! i can't
>> use my S-video to USB adapter so i can play Xbox on my monitor! i
>> knew SP2 would be nothing but trouble. man if they don't change their
>> act i'm going to my second favorite operating system Knoppix Linux
>> and i use both the Security Tools Distribution and the regular 3.8.1
>> and i like them because they boot and run off the CD! no install
>> necessary! thank god i have another hard drive to install my WinXP
>> Professional SP1 because SP2 sucks! i normally am a fan of Windows XP
>> but this sucks!
>> P.S. don't get home edition on anything it's junk! Professional is
>> Safer and more reliable than home trust me we only use Pro versions
>> in InfoMaven. thank god for Microsoft Action Pack (new programs and
>> operating systems are shipped to use thats why i have Office 2003 Pro
>> with 7 keys that can be activated twice each key same with Win XP
>> SP1, Server 2003 (each version), WinXP x64 and more.) Action Pack i
>> believe is for Distributors only. and trust me when i say stuff is
>> junk because i know a heck of lot of stuff about computers and i
>> build them, and of course seeing as I'm a teen i am gamer


Re: Windows XP SP2 16 bit not supported