If you're going to get a LOT of disk space, spring for NT/Server for your
desktop, and use mirroring or RAID.  Yes, yes, a dedicated disk controller
will give better performance, but for 'everyday' use (and with systems
getting faster all the time), I don't think the overhead is nasty.

--Paul E Musselman
PaulMmn@ix.netcom.com




>In a couple of months, I should get the "opportunity" to get a new PC at
>work.  I use a PC for AS/400 access (CA/400), CODE/400, and MS Office
>Pro primarily.
>
>I could get that PC with either Win98 or NT Workstation 4.0.  My
>question is, which one should I get?  I have just a little experience
>with NT currently and should probably have more.  Will there be many
>issues I will run into with NT that I wouldn't have with Win98?  NT also
>has FTP server built in, which would be useful.
>
>Suggestions?  Comments?  Thanks.
>
>--
>-Jeff
>
>jlcrosby@fwi.com



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