Just got this message from Nemesys which means that in a few more months, I can stop having to dual-boot my Windows 2000/Windows ME computer.
We are currently working on Windows 2000 support. We hope to have it ready
to demonstrate at the next NAMM show (January 2001) if not sooner. For now,
Windows 98 is the ideal operating system.
Isn\'t a dual boot system the most stable way to run giga studio and other programs on the same computer?
For instance I was thinking of setting up my computer with win 2000 for office 2000 ,internet explorer ,mp3 player and all that junk ,and also have win 98 lite on the same computer in a dual boot config running giga studio, cakewalk and effect plug ins only .[have all music apps on win 98 lite and a blooted config on win 2000. What do you think? thanks , Ken
Yeah, I use a dual boot right now to using Boot It NG. Works pretty well to keep Win2K and WinME isolated from each other. I\'m using Sonic Foundry\'s Vegas Video under Win2K and it works really well. Some people on that software\'s user forum seem to say the same. I agree on keeping the OS\'s separate for what applications needed. If GS160 does end up working in Win2K some day, I\'d probably do a dual boot between 2 Win2K\'s; 1 for office and games, and 1 for Music.
But as you can imagine, it all probably comes down to personal preference and what exactly everyone wants to accomplish on their systems. The dual boot Win2K solution would make me real happy. For now, the dual boot between WinME and Win2K works great.