Updating windows nt 4 0
With the introduction of Windows 2000, Microsoft is encouraging MCSEs to update their skills and certifications to cover Windows 2000.In this Daily Drill Down, I’ll look at the Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC) course 1560, "Updating Support Skills from Microsoft Windows NT to Microsoft Windows 2000." This five-day course will help you update your existing Windows NT skills to Windows 2000.The course specifically targets candidates who have practical, hands-on experience using Windows NT 4.0 and who need to quickly learn how to apply those skills in a Windows Server 2003 environment.
Candidates who should consider attending the M2208 Microsoft training course are systems engineers with experience planning, implementing, and supporting a Microsoft Windows NT 4.0-based network.It was part of Microsoft's Windows NT family of operating systems and was released to manufacturing on 31 July 1996.The successor to Windows NT 3.51, Windows NT 4.0 introduced the user interface of Windows 95 to the Windows NT family, including the Windows shell, File Explorer (known as Windows NT Explorer at the time), and the use of "My" nomenclature for shell folders (e.g. It also includes most components introduced with Windows 95.Windows NT 4.0 includes some enhancements from Microsoft Plus!for Windows 95 such as the Space Cadet pinball table, font smoothing, showing window contents while dragging, high-color icons and stretching the wallpaper to fit the screen.
I do know that it's the 40-bit version and that the download is about 33 MB.