Well, my wife is running W98 on a P166MMX with 48MB. Its slower than coding while "small"*, but it runs. From the experience I would suggest that a P200 with 64MB would be the lowest machine you would be able to put up with. * Steve Martin reference. On Wed, 16 Aug 2000, Jerry Hargis wrote: > Ignoring anything other than technical issues and Microsoft's lame > advice (see actual quote below), I need practical advice on what to > consider as a realistic limit on the configuration and hardware of > computers that will be upgraded from Windows95 to Windows98. Ignoring > Microsoft's lower limit of a 486/66 with 24 MB of RAM, what do any of > you think I should set as a lower limit for hardware? > --- Mike Taylor Coordinator of Systems Administration and Network Security Indiana State University. Rankin Hall Rm 039 210 N 7th St. Terre Haute, IN. Voice: 812-237-8843 47809 --- "You have zero privacy anyway. Get over it." --Scott McNealy, Sun MicroSystems.