a. Multithreading is the ability to run different portions of an application (threads) at the same time.
b. Only the memory would require an upgrade (to 32 MB or preferably more) before installation.
b. The HCL (Hardware Compatibility List) is a list of hardware supported by Windows 2000 Professional.
d. FAT32 is supported by Windows 2000 Professional and by Windows 98, but not by Windows NT 4.0.
c, d. FAT or FAT32 could be used for a dual-boot system with Windows 2000 Professional and Windows 98.
b. The HPFS filesystem is supported only by Windows NT 3.51 and earlier and by OS/2.
a, b. Windows 2000 Professional can convert FAT or FAT32 to NTFS. NTFS partitions cannot be converted to other formats.
d. Windows 3.11 cannot be upgraded to Windows 2000 Professional; a clean installation of Windows 2000 Professional would be required.
b. Setup Manager can create an unattended installation file. UNATTEND.TXT (choice d) is a typical name for the unattended installation file.
b, d. The System Preparation Tool creates a generic system for duplication; it does not perform the actual duplication. It also creates a mini-Setup Wizard to personalize each system.
command integrates a service pack into the installation files for use
a, c, d. MMC consoles can be used to manage disks, view system information, and view error and event logs; printers (choice b) are managed using the Printers Control Panel.
b. NTBACKUP can schedule regular ...