Unless you have been marooned on an isolated island, you are well aware of the Year 2000 challenge. Many computer system clocks will not advance to the year 2000. If left uncorrected, such systems will roll back to a previous year such as 1900. This could result in errors in data files or system crashes.

No doubt you are familiar with the Y2K issue. However, if you’re like most people, you still do not know what to do to assure that your computers are ready for the new millennium.

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