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Under W98, you could check your system resources (in a percentage) very easily using System Information.  How can I do that under Win2K?  Does W2K have the same limitations as W98 for system resouces
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Ctrl + Shift + Esc...Task Manager includes this information.
There's summary info on the first tab and additional information on the Performance tab...
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