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*Deal, Tom
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Windows 98 vs Windows 2000

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04-12-2000 06:22 AM
Does anybody have experience and/or benchmarks comparing Windows 98 vs
Windows 2000 for running AutoCAD. Any opinions or thoughts would be greatly
appreciated.

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Tom Deal
Cad Manager
Sebree & Associates, Architects
Phone 317-272-7800
Fax 317-272-7808
http://www.sebreearchitects.com/
*Nehls, Kevin
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Re: Windows 98 vs Windows 2000

04-12-2000 09:08 AM in reply to: *Deal, Tom
No benchmarks in speed, but Win 2000 (also known as NT 5.0) is much more
stable. I have heard some people having problems with AutoCAD 2000 and Win
2000, but I have also heard other people raving about it. You may want to
check out the autocad.2000general NG. You will likely find more people that
have tried this.

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Kevin Nehls
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Tom Deal wrote in message ...
Does anybody have experience and/or benchmarks comparing Windows 98 vs
Windows 2000 for running AutoCAD. Any opinions or thoughts would be greatly
appreciated.

--
Tom Deal
Cad Manager
Sebree & Associates, Architects
Phone 317-272-7800
Fax 317-272-7808
http://www.sebreearchitects.com/
*Stein, Dave
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Re: Windows 98 vs Windows 2000

04-23-2000 09:10 AM in reply to: *Deal, Tom
Tom,

I'm running Acad 2000 on a machine that multi-boots into Win95, NT Server
4.0, and Windows 2000 Professional. It's a P133 w/96 MB RAM (go ahead,
laugh, ha!). I can't see any difference in performance across any of them
EXCEPT:

When something hangs, I can kill and recover much easier in NT and 2000 than
in Win95/98.

Dave

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> Does anybody have experience and/or benchmarks comparing Windows 98 vs
> Windows 2000 for running AutoCAD. Any opinions or thoughts would be
greatly
> appreciated.
>
> --
> Tom Deal
> Cad Manager
> Sebree & Associates, Architects
> Phone 317-272-7800
> Fax 317-272-7808
> http://www.sebreearchitects.com/
>
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