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Thread: win2k sp3 - pros and cons

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    Senior Member CrashedStar's Avatar
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    is it worth updating?

    cs

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    eating 5 batteries
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    yes and no

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    Senior Member CrashedStar's Avatar
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    well i was hoping for more feedback but yeah, you've been a great help

    cs

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    stability and resource usage is honestly trimmed. less security holes, and it's been running stable for the last month. I like it quit a bit. also, you can change your default browser, desktop, and other stuffs easily via the new Set Program Access and Defaults.

    beyond some 16-bit applications now creating multiple instances of themselves - yeah, I still have a couple... the bad news?

    originally from updates.microsoft.com
    The Product Identification number is collected to confirm that you are running a validly licensed copy of Windows. A validly licensed copy of Windows ensures that you will receive on-going updates from Windows Update. Windows Update does not collect your name, address, e-mail address, or any other form of personally identifiable information. The configuration information collected is used only for the period of time that you are visiting the site, and is not saved.
    sounds like serial/information to me. read more of it here at microsoft's own site.

    no problem if you are running a valid copy, that is.

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    - Too big to download! I heard it's about 120MB.

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