Windows Me vs. Windows 2000
Is your OS a couple of versions behind? Suddenly, you have two flashy new Windows options: Windows Millennium and Windows 2000 Professional. CNET helps you choose. 8 ways Windows 2000 deals with your data
With new storage management features, Microsoft hopes that Windows 2000 will be a better bet for enterprises than NT 4.0. Enterprise Windows Arrives
With Windows 2000 Datacenter Server, Microsoft hopes to challenge the Unix domination of corporate data shops. Stringent quality control and support programs aim for nothing less than 99.9 percent uptime. Windows 2000: Enterprise Ready?
We review Service Pack 1 and its new bug fixes. Plus, the CNET "Windows 2000 Superguide" and Gartner's take on Windows 2000 Professional. Double your operating system
Sometimes one just isn't enough. If you've got a yen for an extra operating system but only one PC, CNET has the skinny on how to set up a dual-boot system. Windows 2000 and Beyond
Microsoft's new business OS delivers more stability and security. But is this the be-all, end-all operating system? Not quite. Windows 2000 reviewed
The boxed version won't come out until February, but major computer manufacturers today began selling systems preloaded with the new OS. Find out what CNET thinks of the NT replacement. What Windows 2000 Offers Web Builders
Microsoft has finally shipped its long-awaited Windows 2000 code to manufacturers. We took a peek at the Server and Advanced Server editions to see what they offer Web builders.