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.net beta on slow computer

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I wanted to try out the visual studio.net beta and the only computer i can spare is an amd k6 233 (i think - it's around there - bought it off friend :) ) with 128 mb or RAM and win2k server as the OS.

I know the suggested requirements for the beta are higher, but will it at least run on this level of machine?
Has anyone tried it? I don't care if it's slow, i just want to try it out.
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Yes I've tried on just about exactly that configuration (only a Pentium 200 instead of an AMD K6 233) and it works.

It is slow, so I would recommend using the command line utilities over the IDE as much as possible to save time.
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