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Description en:Block diagram of the en:Windows 2000 architecture. Made by en:User:grm_wnr with en:Inkscape, based on en::Image:Windows 2000 architecture.PNG by en:User:Ta bu shi da yu.
Date 2005-10-07 (first version); 2006-08-01 (last version)
Source Originally from en.wikipedia; description page is/was here.
Author Original uploader was Grm wnr at en.wikipedia Later versions were uploaded by Xyzzy n at en.wikipedia.
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