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I've been running NT4 for years now and have had few problems. It's more
stable than 95 and 98. Installing hardware is a little harder because it
doesn't have plug & play. Also, it's more expensive. Haven't used it with
any of the applications you mention but it's worked great with all the
analysis tools I've loaded. Good luck
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jacque Foreman [SMTP:foremangraphics -at- juno -dot- com]
> Subject: OT? NT4 op sys - Any Probs
> What I need to know is any of you is running (or quit running because of
> system problems) NT4. What are the major disadvantages you have found
> using NT as your op sys?
> You need to know that, whatever op sys I use it must be compatible with
> PageMaker 6 & 6.5+, Quark 3.32 (Quark 4 if I get around to upgrading),
> PhotoShop 5 (&5.5), Illustrator7 (&8), Olympus 200 (old digital camera)
> software, Designer 3 (&4), Corel4.