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Windows 2003 ore XP

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hey are there someone there can tell which OS i should take if i gonna make my own programs are windows xp pro good ore windows 2003 server standard, enterprice ore web edtion please HELP MEEE

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Use Windows XP as a workstation...

OR

Use Windows Server 2003 as a server...

Its as simple as that! :)

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yaer i know but i will now which OS there are best to programering on which one??? that is what i would to know

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Techies said the best OS to develop on was NT4 and Server operating systems, but that was almost 3 years ago.

As long as you're using an NT Operating System (thats NT4, Win2k, XP, 2003) then its good enough to program on.

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You are going to have both WinXP and Win2003. Since your main function in Win2003 would be to code programs, I can only recommand you use it, because it it's faster, and I would also say more stable. I would use Win2003 to code in if I had it!

AaronXP: Maybe it was 3 years ago, but it still counts. I couldn't imagine myself coding in Win98/ME... it would take twice the time to make a program, with all the random crashes and all. NT are here to stay!

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