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Win95 Versions

By TZapf ·
I need a cost/benefit analysis of upgrading to Win95 Version C for everyone in the company. We have some on Version A, some on Version B and most on Version C. Does anyone know if there are any significant benefits of upgrading to version C from A or B? I can't really tell the difference between the 3 myself??

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by Zeus who Frags In reply to Win95 Versions

If your company "only" aims to upgrade Windows to Win95C, I imagine that they are not sure of their choice or they don't know how to upgrade efficiently.
I think upgrading to Win98SE would be the best solution (for stability, new hardware technology supported,...) unless the computers have few memory : Win98 uses more memory than Win95. So if you have less that 64Mo of RAM, take the Win95C solution.
Advantages (compared to Win95A) : you have Fat32 and management of recent technology hardware like UDMA, AGP, ...

But if the computers are quite powerful (>=200MHz and >=64Mo RAM), convince them to choose Win98 (the Second Edition if possible).

"And so it begins..." (Kosh)

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