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FrontPage 2000:
Why 2K?
(Part 2) By David Fiedler What's New, What's Changed?The first thing to get used to is that when you open FrontPage 2000 and see the familiar Explorer view, you're done. There's no longer a separate editor. This might tend to discourage casual use of FrontPage 2000 for editing a single file -- rather than working on an entire site -- though it isn't really that onerous a program (it takes about 11 MB of RAM: about the same size, in memory, as the previous Editor and Explorer combined).One of the best new features of FrontPage 2000 is that you no longer have to run your own Web server just to use it! This saves memory and CPU cycles, but it also makes FrontPage less of a security problem. You can now set up a FrontPage Web in any folder, and conversely, you can open even remotely hosted FrontPage Webs as folders on your own machine, making file management as simple as drag-and-drop. Once you set up a Web on your computer, you can publish it later to a server, whether or not that server has the FrontPage extensions installed.


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