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ALSO CALLED: Windows Millenium Edition, Windows Millennium Edition
DEFINITION: Windows Me (Millenium Edition) is an operating system from Microsoft, released commercially September 14, 2000. Windows Me was developed specifically for the home user, while Windows 2000 was developed specifically for the business user. Microsoft claims that Me was an update on Windows 98 (which has a very similar look-and-feel), adding a more intuitive interface for a novice user while adding functionality  … 
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WINDOWS ME DEFINITION (continued): …  for more experienced users. Designed to be backwards compatible with Windows 98, Windows Me works with the earlier version's applications and drivers. Improvements over Windows 98 include functions to enhance system stability and error correction (what Microsoft is calling "PC health"), as well as features designed for digital media, home networking, and online experience: PC health features: System restore, which allows users to return to a prior (functioning) configuration when encountering problemsSystem file protection, which prevents accidental overwriting of critical system filesAuto-update, … 
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