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Apr 24, 2005

Windows 2000 Users: The Clock Is Ticking

June 30 marks the end of mainstream support for both the client and server Windows 2000 releases. A Windows 2000 rollup pack is still due by midyear.
Source: Microsoft Watch
Written By Mary Jo Foley

While Microsoft’s Windows team is laser-focused on Longhorn, many Windows users are more concerned with older versions of Windows, for which the support-clock is ticking away.

Mainstream support from Microsoft for Windows NT 4.0 ended on December 30, and the Redmond, Wash., software maker is set to phase out mainstream support for its Windows 2000 client and server releases on June 30.

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Editor’s note: Since Photoshop CS2 system requirements requires either Windows XP (SP1 or SP2) or Windows 2000 with SP4, it’s notable that Microsoft will phase out mainstream support for its Windows 2000 client and server releases on June 30, leaving Windows XP as the only fully supported Windows OS underwhich to run Photoshop CS2.

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