|Originally posted by BGane|
In considering an upgrade, if you are NOT already on Win2k, then it is definitely worth considering an upgrade to WinXP. If you ARE already on Win2k, then you will gain some useful cosmetics, but you will already be enjoying stability and process scheduling benefits.
|I understand that XP allows you to use the VGA output to do "multi monitor" stuff native within the OS, wherea Win2K did not.|
|"Note that this doesn't work with Windows 2000, because there is no support for running multiple monitors from a single chipset."|
|It will depend on where it was launched from previously.|
|The window will appear but the DVD will only play on the window from the primary display|
|Originally posted by milori|
You sound like a guy with some answers!
|Secondly, I still think NT was slightly more stable than Windows 2000|
|Having a split screen overlay through 2 projectors will make the â€œWhich SW player or filter for DSCaler is bestâ€ problem go away as many here with multiple monitors/projectors will be able to freeze a scene and look at the side by sides without any subjectivity entering into the picture â€¦|