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Windows 2000: test driving the new OS

It's big, it's brawny and it's surprisingly swift. Better yet, you'll need just 64MB of memory to lift Microsoft's new OS off the ground. This month we put Windows 2000 through its paces to see how it measures up to it predecessors.

Windows 2000: tuning the new OS

Once you've upgraded, you'll find that Windows 2000 is a land of opportunity. Here's how to customise your desktop, manage files, maintain security, access the Internet - and more.

Supercool computer or world's smartest fridge?

EXCLUSIVE: in the PC World Test Centre this month is the Kryotech Super G. Hitting the ground running at 1000MHz, this is the first time a machine of this calibre has been put through its paces in Australia.

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