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IS WINDOWS 3.11 2000 COMPLIANT?
-- GAIL WARD (RPR1229@AOL.COM), May 20, 1998
Check out http://www.microsoft.com/ithome/topics/year2k/product/product.htm for MicroSoft product Y2K information. Derek
-- Derek Scoble (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 20, 1998.
A firend of mine who sat in on a conference call with representative from Microsoft (this is third hand mine you) said the rep. said Windows 3.11 and one of the NT versions was not BUT he would not comment on Windows 95 or Windows for Workgroups. A couple of the NT versions were though, (I don't know the version numbers)
-- Dianne Smith (email@example.com), May 21, 1998.
Windows 3.11 IS Windows for Workgroups. As far as I know, anything prior to Windows 95 is not Y2K compliant. It's best to check Microsoft's Y2K website (referred to earlier in this discussion thread) for your specific application.
(Thanks for your hard work, Ed!!)
-- Timothy L. Miles (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 21, 1998.
Windows for Workgroups last release was indeed numbers 3.11 *but* there is also a 3.11 release of Windows, the open screen will still say MS Windows 3.1 but if you click 'Help' then 'About Program Manager' it will tell you the truth, -- version 3.11. looking at the time stamp of the main componets in the Windows (or DOS for that matter) directory will also give a clue.
Dan's Earth Changes site: http://members.tripod.com/~thepcguru/changes.html
-- Dan R Goodnight (email@example.com), August 18, 1998.