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Windows 2000 has reduced the number of required reasons to reboot from over 50 in NT 4.0 to around seven in Windows 2000.
The items below used to require reboots:
But now, the only items that require reboot are:
In Windows 2000 Server reboots are also needed for:
Some software packages, which either edit one of the above items or are not properly written for Windows 2000, may also require you to reboot as well.