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Modern business computing requires a substantial amount of network prowess. Whereas a consumer-level user only requires network connectivity for lower-level Internet serves, business-level users will require secure and stable network access for corporate use. Windows 2000 is designed with the needs of businesses in mind rather than the needs of individual users. As such, it is built to feature a more stable and a more secure network interface. PCs running Windows 98 lack a stable network environment and require considerably more processing time to manage different login protocols. Windows 2000, on the other hand, is designed to support multiple users as would be found in a work environment and can also be more easily configured and is coded specifically to handle multiple users over a shared network connection. Because of the inherent security risks of such a set up, Windows 2000 also features a much higher end built-in safety mechanism that helps to protect the computer from malicious attacks.
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This essay was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course COMM 1 taught by Professor Peters during the Spring '06 term at UCSD.

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