To be honest, if you are not using any apps which need Windows specifically, you should also consider to use Linux for your work computer.I'm still on Win XP. But am planning on a complete upgrade within the next six months or so. Currently we are still on XP at work, as because of budget cuts, the hardware can't be upgraded and Windows 7 requires more resources. I like my home and work computers at least to be on the same platform, but get a feeling that I'm probably going to be more up to date at home than at work very soon.
I still have Windows98 that I bought a few years ago just for fun. I had planned to make a fun present out it for my cousin who couldn't stop talking about it. I may still do it one of these days.
Between Win98 and Win2K, I think it is better for you to run Win2K, since its hardware requirement is not much different.Ya I still have a windows 98 machine, (Though i did put windows 2000 on it)
I keep it around because my newest computer doesn't run some of those old games very well. And its pretty fast for a 12 year old computer.
I always LOVED windows 98 but it had the memory leek problem, but Windows 2000 is very nice runs wellBetween Win98 and Win2K, I think it is better for you to run Win2K, since its hardware requirement is not much different.
Running in NT technology, it far better than Win9x anyway.