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Unformatted text preview: I tried internet explorer and it appeared as though none of the compatibility settings worked for when I chose the settings and pushed next nothing happened, but I was asked if the compatibility mode worked or not. Case 2-1 It would be an advantage if the computers hardware could handle the new software. XP has a much more user friendly system with less glitches then Windows 95. Not only that, but the security settings are much greater on Windows XP. As I said above, if the computer couldnt handle the new hardware, then it would put a great damper on the performance of the machine. Case 2-2 A 233 MHz processor is the bare minimum to run Windows XP. The old billing program should be able to run through the Windows XP compatibility mode for Windows 95. I think the best alternative for the company would be to simply purchase some new or used cheap computers, such as an E-machine....
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2008 for the course TECS 103 taught by Professor Annonymous during the Fall '08 term at Fort Hays.
- Fall '08