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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.

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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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