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[filmscanners] RE: Switch from Win98SE to XP?

I'm using Win2K, rather than XP, but I think the robustness of the NT kernel
and file system makes the changeover worthwhile. Personally, I recommend
running NTFS, because it's so much more reliable than FAT32, although a good
argument can be made for reserving a FAT32 partition for temp files, because
it's faster. The end result will be far fewer system crashes (if any), and
an end to "lost cluster chains" in ScanDisk.


Ciao,               Paul D. DeRocco
Paul                mailto:pderocco@ix.netcom.com

> From: Tomek Zakrzewski
> Is there any advantage in upgrading from Win 98SE to Win XP Home Edition
> regarding filmscanning and dealing with large files and using Photoshop?
> Better management of high amount of RAM, for example? Anything else?
> I'm about to rebuild my system completely, it's a good
> opportunity to change
> OS, but I don't want to do it only to have a new OS, there should be a
> reason fot it.

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