Windows XP supports spanned and striped RAID 0 volumes Hardware RAID is considered a better solution for fault tolerance than software RAID RAID 0 does not provide fault tolerance
Raid 0; does not provide fault tolerance.
Windows 2000 was the first
No version of Google Chrome has ever supported Windows 98.
Yes, Microsoft provide support for Windows 7.
yes cricket 2007 is supported in the windows vista version
Windows 95 version C was the last version to be released - on 26th November 1997. It ceased to be supported as of 1st January 2002.
The latest version of Windows XP is Service Pack 3, version 1. Windows XP is no longer being supported by Microsoft, however, and they are officially urging all XP users to switch to Windows 7 or 8.
The original version of Windows 95 only supported FAT12 and FAT16. OEM Service Release 2 and later supported FAT32 as well.
Yes. Safari has supported Windows Vista since its initial release for Windows, version 3.0, on Jue 11, 2007.
Microsoft does not provide free trials of Windows XP.
No, you can't. iPhoto is only supported on Mac OS X operating system. There is no indication of Windows version coming.
RAID 1, RAID 0+1, RAID 5 and 6.
depends on what version of server your running if its windows 2008 or newer check the reliablity moniter in server managment
No. Even though Windows 98 is old and no longer sold or supported by Microsoft, it would be illegal to provide you a download.
Windows 95 OSR 2.1 was the first OS that supported USB, Windows 98, Windows 2000, and Windows XP all support USB, however Windows NT does not.
The Fastest version of windows is Windows 7
M Powered and LE are compatible with version 7.4 HD is not yet supported.
No. Only Windows XP is supported; Windows 95/98/ME/2000 are not supported and are not planned to be in the future.
Software for LaserBase MF6530 can be downloaded at the official Canon website for all platforms supported. Regarding Microsoft Windows, the following versions are currently supported: Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8. Both 32- and 64 bit drivers are available, make sure to download the correct version for the computer(s) using the printer.
The most recent one is the Windows 7 RC (release candidate). This is not recommended for general use, because it is not well supported and is unstable. The most recent stable version is Windows Vista.
HP officially supports Windows HP Home, Windows Vista Home Basic x86, and Windows Vista Business in x86 and x64. The machine is also capable of running Windows 7 if it is equipped with enough RAM.
512 gb of ram