Support for Windows® 2000
What is Microsoft Windows 2000?
Microsoft Windows 2000 is the new commercial version of Microsoft Windows operating system. The Microsoft Windows 2000 is said to be the evolutionary and Built NT Technology operating system. It was designed to appeal to small business as well as professional users and also to the more technical and larger business for which the NT was designed. The operating system comes with usually four products including Windows 2000 Professional, Server, Advanced Server and Datacenter Server. The Professional version was created for individuals as well as business users with including security as well as mobile use enhancements. The Windows 2000 Server was aimed at multi-processing. Advanced server could handle large database and could act as a network operating system server. The Datacenter Server version could be used for high-speed computation needs and large database.
Here are some notes on features, system requirements and downloading instructions for Support tools:
- Features of Windows 2000
- System requirements
- Downloading instructions
Features of Windows 2000
The Microsoft Windows 2000 has been included with a number of improved features. The operating system comes with personalized menus adapt to the way in which you work. The operating system has been included with broader support which is essential for high-speed networking devices including native ATM as well as cable modems. With this operating system included in your system, your system could get support for both USB and IEEE 1394 for greater bandwidth devices. The Windows Installer included in the operating system could be used for tracking applications and could also recognize and replace missing components.
To install Microsoft Windows 2000 in your system, you need to set your system with minimum system requirements of the operating system. It is important to get with an IBM or 100% compatible system to install the operating system. The processor of the system could resemble speed of at least 133 MHZ and you could use the Intel Pentium processor for this purpose. It is quite important to set your system with minimum requirements of the Operating System. The hard disk drive need to have 1.0 GB of available space and memory could be allocated with a free space of 256 MB.
After installing the Microsoft Windows 2000 in your system, the next step is to install Support tools in your system. These tools are a set of troubleshooting tools for your operating system which was developed by the Microsoft series. These tools usually do not come integrated with the operating system. Thus, you need to separately install these tools separately in your system. To install these tools in your system, you need to download these at first. You could download these tools from installation CDs available for Microsoft Windows 2000. It is also possible to download and install these tools from the Microsoft website.