differneces between win95, win 98, win2000, win me, winxp

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Nagesh, Jan 3, 2006.

  1. Nagesh

    Nagesh Guest

    hi,


    I want to know the differnces between all window platforms.

    pls tell me if any body knows

    Nagesh
     
    Nagesh, Jan 3, 2006
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    Old Gringo Guest

    Advancments in Techknology :)
     
    Old Gringo, Jan 3, 2006
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    Trax Guest

    |>hi,
    |>
    |>
    |>I want to know the differnces between all window platforms.
    |>
    |>pls tell me if any body knows

    Write me a book TIA :)
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    gauloise Guest

    hello....happy............
     
    gauloise, Jan 4, 2006
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    PC Guest

    If you are talking "Microsoft" Windows then there is a quick run down here :
    http://members.fortunecity.com/pcmuseum/windows.htm (Note it's a 'Lindows'
    promotional site.)

    If you are talking Windows as a 'Graphic User Interface" then where do you
    stop.
    i.e. MS Windows, Apple, Linux (KDE/Gnome) are obvious but then there are a
    whole host of 'Windowed' GUI's going back many years, eg Beos, Gem, Vision,
    Topview, OS/2, Geos ..............


    er, knows 'what'?



    Paul.
     
    PC, Jan 4, 2006
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    Mitch Guest

    There are thousands of differences, most of them technical.
    From what perspective are you asking?
    How it's used? How it looked? What hardware it needed to run on?

    And what is the information for? if you just wanted a statement of
    perspective, that would require a lot less work for most of us, and
    you'd get a lot of responses.

    Asking as you did, for all differences between all versions of Windows,
    is asking for ten thousand pages of listings and descriptions and
    explanations. I don't think you'll get it.
     
    Mitch, Jan 4, 2006
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    Dan Evans Guest

    This is a homework assignment, isn't it.

    Dan







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    Nagesh Guest

    er, knows 'what'?
    Obviously, incontext of first line. May be question is also not clearly
    pointed out. Any way thanks, u had given me the refernce link that
    gives me some idea. Actually it was my friend question. I could not
    answer him breifly. I thought there could be some differences which are
    important to be placed . If i know some differences then i would have
    been asked a specific point.


    thanks
    Nagesh
     
    Nagesh, Jan 4, 2006
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    Nagesh Guest

    No yarr. I just want to know few very important differneces.

    thanks
    Nagesh
     
    Nagesh, Jan 4, 2006
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    Nagesh Guest

    hi

    After i seen the reference link, then i realized that i should be mush
    specific about one point. Any way thanks yarr.


    Nagesh
     
    Nagesh, Jan 4, 2006
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    blueford Guest

    There are literaly thousands of differences in all Windows O/S'


    J
     
    blueford, Jan 4, 2006
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    Dan Evans Guest

    They all run on x86 architecture, and they all have Solitaire and
    Minesweeper. Everything else is different. Apart from the old code.

    Dan







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    Plato Guest


    Ask your teacher.
     
    Plato, Jan 5, 2006
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    elaich Guest

    Windows 9x was nothing more than an elaborately disguised GUI for MS-DOS.

    Windows NT was (is) a real 32 bit multitasking operating system, but in the
    early versions was disguised to look like Windows 3.1, so users wouldn't
    feel lost.
     
    elaich, Jan 5, 2006
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    Barry OGrady Guest

    Barry OGrady, Jan 9, 2006
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    J-McC Guest

    Probably the major difference is the later versions eg XP need more
    RAM and really a pretty quick processor and a large hard disk as most
    later programs are sooo bloated.
    Also win95 does not support usb,
    win 98 se sort of does,
    win me does,
    win2000 did not initially support usb (I think)
    Win XP seems to be supported by most of the modern /latest printers,
    cameras, scanners etc.

    Jim McC
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    J-McC, Jan 9, 2006
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