Windows XP

  Forum Editor 23:33 20 Jun 2003

is pretty good at networking in my experience. It's actually best to allow it to configure itself on one machine, and then let it make a floppy for any machines on the network that have a different version of Windows installed.

My own office network runs almost entirely on WinXP (one machine has Win98SE) and it seems to zip along nicely, certainly as fast - if not faster than when we ran Win2000. I assume that all the machines in question meet the hardware requirements for WinXp Pro?

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