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Differences between NT and win2k

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I need a list of the major differences between Windows NT & Windows 2000. There were plenty of these when Windows 2000 first came out, but a can't seem to find any now. Any ideas were to look?
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by:EricWestbo
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Don't know if this is *exactly* what you're looking for, but it's a start... will keep researching:

http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/professional/evaluation/whyupgrade/default.asp
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Stinky,

Welcome to EE... always glad to see more experts on board... however, please note that the normal practice in responding to questions is to post a comment, rather than a proposed answer.  Once an answer is proposed, it locks the question for other experts.


Arunm,

Unless Stinky's answer is the absolute answer to your question, please decline his response so that more commentary can be held re: the question.


Regards!
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All useful links guys, but none of them directly answer the question. I need a list of differences.

 
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if you resolved your own question, go ahead and delete this from the system, Arunm.  

regards

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PAQ'd and points refunded.

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