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Wizard 03-05-2005 12:06 AM

Re: microsoft upgrade
 
**** off you mad slut

"Miss Perspicacia Tick" <noone@here.com> wrote in message
news:zz6Wd.92$oA7.24@fe06.highwinds-media.phx
> Michael Myhill wrote:
>> I have purchased windows me software,but cannot
>> remove windows 98. any suggestions?

>
>
> Yes. Return ME from whence it came and, if your computer is up to it
> (see
> http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/h.../sysreqs.mspx),
> purchase XP Home. Windows ME retails upgrade retails for around 55
> (where it's still sold). For an extra tenner you can purchase XP Home
> and enjoy a far more stable computing experience (I've not had to
> reinstall in 18 months - you can't say that about 9x/ME!). I'm afraid
> the idea that 'ME' stood for 'Millennium Edition' was just marketing
> on MS's part - what it actually stood for was 'Major Error' - it was
> the biggest load of cack MS ever released - and Gates has even
> admitted that himself.
> Please bear in mind that the minimum specs are exactly that - the bare
> minimum that to install XP. For a more pleasant computing experience,
> I would recommend: -
>
> Late P3 (and by that I mean 1.4GHz or so)
> 512MB RAM
> At least a 40GB hard disc
> Decent graphics card (*NOT* on board, unless all you're using it for
> is office-type tasks)
>
> Do yourself a favour - do *NOT* attempt to install ME - you'll make
> yourself ill!



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