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Windows 2000 System Requirements
« on: August 17, 2014, 05:43:26 PM »
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Windows 2000 system requirements
MinimumRecommended
PCs
CPUPentium 133 MHzPentium II 300 MHz
Memory32 MB (128 MB for Server)128 MB
Hard drive1 GB (2 GB for Server)5 GB
Graphics hardware800×600 VGA or better monitor1024×768 VGA or higher monitor
Input device(s)Keyboard or mouseKeyboard and mouse

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Before you install the Windows 2000 Professional desktop operating system, make sure that your computer meets the following minimum system requirements:

    133 MHz or more Pentium microprocessor (or equivalent). Windows 2000 Professional supports up to two processors on a single computer.
    64 megabytes (MB) of RAM recommended minimum. 32 MB of RAM is the minimum supported. 4 gigabytes (GB) of RAM is the maximum.
    A 2 GB hard disk that has 650 MB of free space. If you are installing over a network, more free hard disk space is required.
    VGA or higher-resolution monitor.
    Keyboard.
    Mouse or compatible pointing device (optional).

For CD-ROM installation:

    CD drive or DVD drive
    High-density 3.5-inch disk drive, unless your CD drive supports starting the Setup program from a CD

For network installation:

    Windows 2000-compatible network adapter and related cable (See the Hardware Compatibility List (Hcl.txt) in the Support folder on the Windows 2000 Professional CD)
    Access to the network share that contains the Setup files
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Windows 2000 filesystems
« Reply #1 on: October 19, 2018, 06:33:05 PM »
Windows 2000 supports a number of file systems, including FAT, FAT32, and NTFS. For most administrators, NTFS is the logical choice for performance and security. For those who can't decide, here are the technical articles and comparisons between file systems, as well as instructional articles and how to convert and troubleshoot file system problems.

http://labmice.techtarget.com/windows2000/diskmgmt/filesystems.htm