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Our object library for site-maps comes with an awesome set of objects making it super easy to create graphical site maps. Creately diagram viewer enables you to create site maps with working links and embed them in web pages. If you have experience creating a website before, you’re probably no stranger to multiple sites that offer web creation services.  But if you’re looking for a one stop shop that offers web creation, hosting, and domain name registration in one place, you can use IMCreator to build a free website. Unless you are a professional web developer, choose from one of the templates they already have.  Once you have made your choice, the fun begins. Web pages for offices and professions would benefit greatly from pictures showing their facilities, their staff, or samples of their work.  Examples of these are galleries of school faculty, specialist doctors in a hospital, completed architectural designs, or gym equipment.
Visual representations of the office, products or services your website may contain greatly influence people’s and potential clients’ perceptions.  If you are unsure of your photography skills, consider hiring a professional to produce images your website will use.
Editing the text on the web pages is just as easy.  Texts are contained in text boxes just like in MS-PowerPoint.
Resize the text box if the text is more than what it can hold.  Click, drag and drop to reposition the text box. The top of the web editor page contains a button that allows you to manage (add or remove) pages. A second button marked ‘add an element’ allows you to add videos, text boxes, pictures, slideshows, widgets and many more. Publishing is as easy as hitting the blue ‘publish’ button on top of the edit screen, typing your domain name, and clicking ok.  You are now the proud owner of a new website. Now that you know how easy it is to use IMCreator to build a free website, you can maintain your new web, create new ones for yourself and maybe even offer to create one for a friend. If you enjoyed this post, please consider leaving a comment or subscribing to the RSS feed to have future articles delivered to your feed reader. Let's face reality here: Despite the fact that Windows 2000 Professional is aimed squarely at corporate desktops and mobile users, all kinds of people are going to want to upgrade to the latest and greatest when it arrives late this year.
It's been a while since the last What I Use, but there haven't been many major changes since late last year: Surface Pro 3 has become my go-to travel companion, I've added a third cellphone line for testing Windows Phone, Android and iPhone side-by-side, and have rotated through some new tablets and other devices. We got beautifully designed icons for cluster pages, future pages, locked pages and more for visually pleasing site maps. This means you can link to actual web pages or even mock-ups of those pages from your site map. For sure, you will not find a better site that offers a more comprehensive web creation service.
Based on almost two years of experience with Windows 2000, I can say that most of these people are going to be disappointed:  Very disappointed. So I pulled the trigger on an unlocked Windows Phone flagship that will hopefully take me through at least the first half of this year. These will not only help you get started quickly but guide you to create visually pleasing awesome site maps. But that doesn't mean the upgrade won't be a good move for some people. Other than the Creately staff examples there are tons more site map templates in our diagramming community drawn by our awesome users.

Mobile users, the so-called power users, programmers, and anyone else that likes to get the most from their system are good candidates for the upgrade. The marketing team and the design team can work together on one site-map and see each other's changes in real-time. With our in built Google image search it's just a matter of dragging and dropping images after searching for them. The screenshots you see to the left are from the Toshiba upgrade, which occurred most recently and presented the fewest problems. However, I'll be talking about all three upgrades in this review. I recommend more RAM (way more for Server) and more processing power if you can spring for it.
Also, most people shouldn't currently be upgrading their day-to-day OS with a Beta, even one that's as stable as Windows 2000. A dual-boot install is preferred until you're sure that Windows 2000 is going to be everything you want it to be.
For each installation, Windows 98 SE (build 2222) was upgraded (note: Windows 2000 Beta 3 does not support Windows 98 Second Edition as an upgrade. And each of these installs had a clean Device Manager with no "unknown devices" listed.
Then the full-screen graphical setup began (Figure 3) . Before Windows 2000 will upgrade Windows 98, it explains the steps it needs to go through (Figure 4) and then asks you whether you have any "upgrade service packs," (Figure 5) which will presumably begin appearing when Windows 2000 is actually released.
On the laptop install, I chose not upgrade since FAT32 is faster and lighter, but I did choose NTFS on the two desktop systems.  Then setup prepared an upgrade report (Figure 7) , which is designed to explain any incompatibilities you may have with Windows 2000.
Each system had at least one hardware device that wasn't found, though in the laptop's case it seemed innocuous: an "unknown device" (Figure 8) was found to be incompatible, and this later revealed to be a game port, no biggie.
But the two desktops were another story altogether: Windows 2000 wouldn't work with the Connectix Web cam or the parallel port scanner on my Pentium II system and it refused to even see the sound card (a Creative Labs model, no less) on the P166. I actually saved a copy of the laptop's install report (which you can view here) and wasn't too shocked by the news: A couple of things would need to be reinstalled, but nothing serious. Other upgrade reports had mentioned that some software wouldn't work, but in most cases, the software actually did work after install. The DOS portion of Setup takes only five minutes or so, but the GUI portion requires almost an hour (more like 75 minutes on the P166).
During this time, it does through a similar series of steps as the fresh install, adding components, setting up the Start Menu, and whatnot. One particularly nice feature is that you don't have to touch the keyboard even once: Windows 2000 will simply grab your settings from Windows 98. The first dialog I was presented with required me to create a password for all of the user accounts that were created during Setup. In my case, I had two in each case, "Administrator" and "paul" (which is the account I had created in Windows 98).  I entered the password (which apparently is used for both accounts, odd) and was presented with the standard Windows 2000 "Log On to Windows" dialog, which I found odd since I had configured TweakUI to auto-login.
Windows 2000 had replaced my Windows 98 Active Desktop wallpaper (Figure 1) with its own, new, Windows 2000 wallpaper (Figure 14) .

I removed this and noticed that it also replaced the default Windows 98 teal background with the newer medium blue used in Windows 2000.  Then I started milling around, to see what had changed. Here's what I discovered: Display Properties - Numerous wallpaper was added, despite the fact that I had installed none in Windows 98.
Power management went from a wonderfully featured-filled applet in Windows 98 to a rather underwhelmingly simple applet in Windows 2000.
The Windows 2000 color scheme had completely replaced my stock Windows 98 scheme, but that is still available as "Classic Windows." Hmm. I had some mixed reactions to the lack of icons in My Computer: In Windows 98, I had quick access to Web Folders, Printers, the Control Panel, the IR applet (laptop only),  Dial-Up Networking, and the like from My Computer.
In Windows 2000, this was replaced by a single Control Panel folder. The Web Folders I had setup in Windows 98 were brought over intact, and each computer was correctly connected to the local network.  And my shared drives carried over intact. Visual Basic, however, crapped out with a "Can't find file DAO350.DLL" error. As for Plus!98, most of the icons for the applications I was using were removed. Windows 2000 includes a version of the Deluxe CD Player anyway, and it has its own Maintenance Wizard. Oddly enough, it left a program group for McAfee VirusScan, which isn't compatible with Windows 2000 and no longer runs on startup. Plus!98 was nowhere to be seen, prompting me to delete the Start Menu program group it left behind. This also caused me to notice that the Recycle Bin had been reset to its default values, despite the fact that I had explicitly set it up to not move delete files to the Bin (Figure 15) . It did, however, allow me to remove the software (Figure 16) .
The entry for Personal Web Server, unfortunately, threw up several error messages when I tried to remove that. And guess what, it worked great!  I'm still shaking my head over that one.
And depending on what software you had installed, you're bound to have leftover junk on your system after the upgrade, not working but taking up space. You're given enough information before you commit to the upgrade to back out, so it's nothing to worry about until you let the system copy the files it needs and reboot that first time.So I'm surprised to say that I recommend this upgrade to Windows 98 power users that just have to have the latest and greatest.
I'm still a bit nervous about the quality of the upgraded systems, but this will become clearer over time.
For right now, however, the Windows 98 to Windows 2000 works.

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