You could now recommend W2k as a much more stable *than either 95 or NT4*
alternative that does USB support out of the box.

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Subject: [Zope] Re: Some help required but no sarcastic comments this
time pleas ee


I understand people do use Win9x, but I would always recommend NT 4
workstation over 9x unless there is an overpowering need for USB.

I don't use USB myself and have been using NT exclusively on the desktop
since 94. When properly configured it is much more stable. Nowadays, NT5
(oops 2000) is a better choice for USB support and about as stable as 9x.

But, that aside, I'm interested in your desktop uses for Zope. What sort of
apps?

>> From: Toby Dickenson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>> There are those of us who use Zope in desktop applications too (yes
>> really), where Win9x is not an unreasonable choice.
>> Toby Dickenson





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