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ALSO CALLED: Microsoft 2000, W2K, Win2000
DEFINITION: Windows 2000 (W2K) is a est commercial version of Microsoft's evolving Windows operating system. Previously called Windows NT 5.0, Microsoft emphasizes that Windows 2000 is evolutionary and "Built on NT Technology." Windows 2000 is designed to appeal to small business and professional users as well as to the more technical and larger business market for which the NT was designed. The Windows 2000  … 
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WINDOWS 2000 DEFINITION (continued): …  product line consists of four products:Windows 2000 Professional, aimed at individuals and businesses of all sizes. It includes security and mobile use enhancements. It is the most economical choice.Windows 2000 Server, aimed at small-to-medium size businesses. It can function as a Web server and/or a workgroup (or branch office) server. It can be part of a two-way symmetric multiprocessing system. NT 4.0 servers can be upgraded to this server.Windows 2000 Advanced Server, aimed at being a network operating system server and/or an application server, including those involving large databases. … 
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