It's a risky thing to post it.
If unchanged, you have:
400mhz, 64mb ram, 2mb or 8mb video, 56k modem, DVD player, 17" monitor, 14.4gb Hdd, and more.
This is good enough for XP Home or Pro, at a "discount" upgrade price. Mister Proffitt can clue you in on this, and how to do a clean install, if you have your W98SE CD or Quick Restore. Or you can "search" the Cnet XP forum. Or you can upgrade from W98SE to XP if you have stuff you want to save.
If you're referring to a Cnet "course", you're ready for it.
Hopefully you have: Adobe Reader 6.0; I.E. 6.0 updated; Firewall; spyware detector-cleaner; and up-to-date McAfee ($$/yr).
And you have Scandisked-Defragged recently.
I am 100% disabled, live in constant pain and am heavily medicated, but still have an I.Q. of 162/180.
I am still using a DELL Dimensions XPS R400 with the original Windows 98.
Do I need to upgrade to do this course?
Can someone maybe help me as a tutor? Since I don't work, I am sitting here with all the time I need and have a flexable schedule.
Though I studied computer science in college, that was 25+ years ago.
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