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Remember Me is a beautifully realized depiction of a futuristic Neo-Paris set in the year 2084 where memories are a commodity.
Millennium is a great face-lift for Windows 98, but it's not a necessary upgrade. If you have technical difficulties or work with pictures or music, try the new OS. But if you're happy with Windows 98, stick with it.
Serious illustrators don't really have another option, but even if they did, Painter 7.0 would still take the cake. It's indispensable for graphics pros.
Publisher 2002 is better integrated with Word and easier to use than ever--even easier than FrontPage. It's worth the hunt to find a copy of Publisher 2002.
Although the DVC 50 is extremely easy to use, the low quality of the edited video makes this unit adequate for the most casual of users only.
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This is the first version since Word 97 that's a gotta-get upgrade. With tons of new tools for the single user and a renewed attention to collaboration for those who work in groups, Word 2002 is the best writing tool on the planet.
UltraDev has many great features, but some rough edges from the previous version still need polishing.
The Usage Analysis Reports are reason enough to upgrade from version 2000. And if you are a small-business owner, consider buying FrontPage, as it has a special add-in just for you.
Dreamweaver continues to be one of the best Web editors on the market. If you have avoided it because it is a visual editor, it is now time to buy.
Microsoft Office XP's online and collaborative tool improvements make it a smart upgrade for businesses and groups, but it's not worth the cost, time, and effort for single or home users.