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Subject:Booting to Windows From:Barry West <Barry_West -dot- S2K -at- S2KEXT -dot- S2K -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 3 May 1995 08:57:30 EDT
>According to my son, systems designed to boot
>directly to Windows are MUCH more prone to crashing. If this idea helps
>anyone else, I would be delighted.
Why would that be? You do not need to configure your PC any differently to boot
directly into Windows. You simply add WIN to the end of your autoexec.bat file.
This is the equivalent of typing Win on the command line after booting to the
DOS prompt. I'm curious.