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Windows XP is a family of 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems produced by Microsoft for use on personal computers, including home and business desktops, notebook computers, and media centers.

Questions and answers format for comparing Windows XP Home and XP Professional.
Describes working knowledge the new features of Windows XP, both Professional and Home Edition, and the differences between the two versions and obtain an overview of the enhancements from Windows XP.
The System Preparation Tool (SysPrep) is used to prepare disk images that will be duplicated using a third-party manufacturer's imaging utility.
Before upgrading to Windows XP Professional you should know the differences between a clean installation of Windows XP Professional and an upgrade installation, and the reasons you may choose one method over the other.
For a NT or 2000 upgrade, the next step is the request for the Windows XP Product Key. After verifying the Windows XP product key, Setup will run a compatibility check on devices and applications.
Windows XP Service packs are used to deliver new features to the operating system as they are developed. They are also used to correct “hidden features” – those nasty bugs and security holes that are discovered after release.
Windows XP Installation tutorial ten questions for Microsoft exam 70-270 with answers and explanation.
Well, the decision has been made. Your work environment is going to Windows XP Professional. Nevertheless, before you start upgrading your systems, a careful planning process should occur.
Before you rollout Windows XP Professional to all users in your work environment, it is an excellent idea to "test drive" your installation plan.
We will spend this section examining the different methods of installation that you may select for your XP deployment.
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