- 29th July 2008 at 00:51 #43268
i have both xp and server 2008
i tested server 2003 on vmware and think to my self maybe its better to swtich from xp to server 2003
what u think ? any driver or app problem with it ?
- 1st August 2008 at 10:26 #46900
I have Server 2003 on one of my machines.
I think, its an RC, but windows update is working…
and it is not limited, i can remove the timebomb of ?250? days…
- 4th September 2008 at 14:38 #46901
aviv00: Unfortunately you dont tel us what will be your usage of XP or server 2003. It is the most importatnt thig that we need to know.
- 4th September 2008 at 21:57 #46902
as workstation port not for gaming
- 22nd October 2008 at 08:12 #46903
I had a XP-Server 2003 dual boot on my older machine. (stopped using the machine more than a year ago). In one sentence – Server 2003 is to XP what Server 2008 is to Vista. Just that Server 2003 has no feature to enable “XP looks”, so it essentially looked like XP in its classic look.
Performance – Server 2003 was lightning fast on my hardware (at that time, a P4 2.4GHz processor, 512MB ram and Intel D865GBF motherboard). Network speeds somehow spiked up on Server 2003, and it consistently scored better than XP on all my tests.
Standard problems with some software installers were common, but screw Norton if it doesn’t want to run on Sever 2003. Server 2003 was a little stiff to configure though, and there were not many guides on using Server 2003 for workstations.
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