Just cause someone is running XP, doesn't mean that automaticly is their problem. XP is acually a decent operating system. I've actually had MORE problems with 2000 then I've had with XP.Originally Posted by Zackraa
You also have to remember that 2000 is geared towards a buisness environment, while XP is more user friendly and can be used at home and the buisness world.
You can go into your msconfig and disable alot of the stuff you don't need. (Don't ask me what stuff to disable, cause the list is so big I don't know everything off the top of my head)