Something to do while you are waiting for Vista

Subject: General Tech | March 24, 2006 - 08:49 AM |
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Tech Connect Magazine has come up with something interesting for Operating System junkies to play with while they wait for the ever delayed release of MicroSoft Vista.  With their guide in hand, try converting Windows Server 2003 into a home OS.  They talk about the good and improved parts, and those services best skipped for non-server machines.

"It might need a little outside help, but Windows 2003 can actually become a valid choice for

home users, if one takes care to set aside the good, and improve or change everything else:

that's what the Windows 2003 - XP Conversion Pack does."


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