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I've been running WinNT 4.0 at home for 3 years at home and have
far, far fewer
problems with Word and Frame on the days when I work at home than
on the days
when I work at the office on Win 95.
As others have observed, it allows you to truly multi-task, which
comes in handy
when you want to leave Word open and also use a graphics package
or VISIO, etc.
My cautions: 64 Mg of RAM makes a huge difference in the amount of
time it takes
my computer to boot from the 32 I have now (I'll be upgrading
SOON), and you
truly do need a good, basic book on hand on NT administration.
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