Microsoft Windows ME
About Windows ME
Windows Millennium, also known as Windows ME, was introduced September 14, 2000 to the general public as the upgrade for Windows 95 and Windows 98 users and is designed for end-users. Overall, Windows ME has the look and feel of Windows 98 with some additional fixes and features not available in previous operating systems.
Some of the most noticeable new features include:
Revert back to backup of computer - Windows Me allows the user to automatically restore an old backup in case files are corrupted or deleted.
Protect important system files - Windows Me allows the user to protect important system files and will not allow these files to be modified by any other software.
Movie editor - Allows users to edit and combine Microsoft movie files. Importing movies requires additional hardware.
Windows Media Player - Includes Windows Media Player 7, which enables users a more advanced way of listening and organizing their media files.
|Computer:||100% IBM Compatible|
|Processor:||Intel Pentium 150 MHz or faster.
Intel Pentium 300 MHz or faster for users who want to use the Windows Media Player
|Memory:||32 MB RAM
64 MB RAM for Windows Media Player.
|Drives:||At least 270 MB can take up to 410 MB of hard drive space
CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive
|Sound:||Sound card with speakers recommended.|
|Video:||Monitor with VGA or higher resolution.|
|Controls:||Keyboard and Mouse|
|operating system:||Requires Windows 98 for Windows ME upgrade.|
Upgrade: $70.00 - $100.00