Yes and no. For the consumer in the retail market the answer is no. Microsoft will only support the latest 2 revisions. Once Vista hits the shelves you will see support for Win2K go bye bye along with any chance of buying it if that chance hasn't passed already due to an end of sales point.
For vendors who use embedded OS
in their products the answer is yes. I noticed that a bomb sniffer device being used by TSA
last week was rebooting and showing a Windows98 (not even Second Edition) startup screen.
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