"Back in the mid-90s, Microsoft told us the next version of
Windows NT would be the Mother of All Operating Systems: Robust,
stable, easier to use. Today, the story looks different:
When Win2000 appears, it will be a compromise, with many
promised features still missing."
"Win2000 does deliver on some key features:
"The new OS falls down in other ways:
Networking is not necessarily easier...
Hardware demands are greater. (128 MB RAM, 300 MHz CPU or
Interoperability concerns over security and directory
Unfriendly to power users...
Benefits will be slow to arrive...
Bound to be buggy with 60 million lines of code."
"Like a radar detector, it pays to listen to the warning signs.
Don't be in a hurry to get to Win2000."