I have just installed one of the incarnations of Windows 2000 on my machine, and I found that all of the registry registered apps in windows98 are not showing up in windows 2000. Windows 2000 is sitting on a FAT32 partition, not NTFS. I was wondering if I were to install my apps again in NT, would I take up more disk space, or would it just link shortcuts to the appropriate places on C:\ and add registry entries to Windows NT. I am currently in a gradual migration off of Windows 98 and would like to be able to access applications on both sides. But I would not like to have to take up disk space again for the massive install of things like Office 2000. Thank you!!