• Subject: RE: Client Access and Windows 2000
  • From: "William Corbett" <corbett@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 27 Jan 2001 01:41:30 -0500
  • Importance: Normal

If I remember correctly, there are some PTF's ( or SP's? I don't remember.
Look on the IBM client access pages) out there for Win2000 compatibility.  I
upgraded from 98 to 2000 Pro recently, went ahead and applied the PTF's, and
never missed a lick, on the 400 anyway...2000 was painful to install.  2000
is a vast improvement.  I'm running V4R4 and CA Express.

My typical day keeps about 8-12 windows open at all times.  Sounds crazy,
but add em up - 3 emulation windows, 2 printer emulation windows, 1 or 2
outlook windows, 1-3 IE windows, 1 Code window (which is the least stable
one of the lot), the occasional NOF and QB session, maybe 1 or 2 Word and/or
Excel, and they just keep on and on.

Win98 (and everything before) had to be rebooted every afternoon because of
running out of resources.   (If it made it through the day without a blue
screen)  Win2000 "wants" to be rebooted a couple times a week, almost never
a blue screen.


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