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Final build number of windows 2000

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Hi,

I had a go on a few beta versions of windows 2000, I was wondering what the final build number of the released windows 2000 profesional is?

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by:keslar
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I believe it is Build 2195.
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Lermitte earned 80 total points
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Keslar have right it's 2195.

RC1 build 2072
RC3 Build 2175 (I think)
RTM build 2195

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by:mj_cole
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Cool, thanks, that's a lot isn't it...

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