• ripcord@lemmy.world
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    21 days ago

    Which is weird, since Win2k definitely had lower hardware compatibility than XP, Vista, 7, etc.

    It wasn’t consumer-focused and just didn’t have the driver compatibility from vendors yet.

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      20 days ago

      Quite the contrary, it had exemplary compatibility, including Plug’n’Play and wide native USB support.

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        20 days ago

        With the things you tried it did.

        Believe me, I was part of a team testing compatibility.