Microsoft Windows XP is the successful Windows version. Windows XP operating system highly improved with eye caching interface and capabilities to handle all kinds of software. Windows XP was developed by Microsoft and released on August 24, 2001, and It was final released on October 25, 2001.
Microsoft Windows XP Review
With Microsoft Windows XP Review, April 8, 2014, was the last day of Microsoft issued security and non-security updates for Windows XP. With the operating system no longer being supported. Microsoft suggests that users can upgrade to the newest version easily.
It has six versions of Windows XP. The first two below made widely available for sale to their consumer: Microsoft Windows XP Professional Edition, Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition (MCE) Edition, Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition, Microsoft Windows XP Starter Edition, Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition ULCPC.
Windows XP is no longer produced and sold by Microsoft, but you can occasionally find any old copies from Amazon.com or eBay.
Windows XP Starter Edition is a lower cost to design the edition for sale in the markets. Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition was finally rebrand to the Windows XP Home for small, lower-spec computers like netbooks and only available reinstallation by hardware market of Windows XP.
In 2004 and 2005, as a result of the investigations into market abuses of Windows XP, Microsoft was separately ordered by the EU and the Korean Fair Trade Commission to make available in those areas that did not including certain bundled features like Windows Media Player and Windows Messenger with others programming features. In the EU, this resulted in Windows XP Edition N; In South Korea, both Windows XP K, Windows XP KN, and other Operating Systems.
The most several additional editions of Windows XP exist for installation on embedded; ATMs, POS terminals, video game systems, and more functions and options.
Microsoft Windows XP Professional was the only consumer version of Windows XP that full version available in a 64-bit version and referred to as a Windows XP Professional x64 Edition. All other editions are available in 32-bit format. The second 64-bit version of Windows XP was called Windows XP 64-Bit Operating will get designed everything for use on Intel’s Itanium processors only with other Operating System.
Microsoft Windows XP requires the minimum following the hardware: CPU: 233 MHz, RAM: 64 MB, Hard Drive: 1.5 GB free space (5GB with SP3 installed) and Graphics Card: Fully support for 800×600 or greater While the above hardware will get Windows running with smoothly. Microsoft recommends a 300 MHz or CPU. 128 MB of RAM for the best experience in Windows XP all Editions. Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition requires a 64-bit processor: at least 256 MB of RAM to run the Windows XP Pro 64-bit Operating System.
Microsoft Windows XP Starter limited to 512 MB of RAM. All other 32-bit Editions of Windows XP are limited to 4 GB of RAM. 64-bit edition of Windows is limited to 128 GB. You know that the physical processor limitation is 2 (Two) for Windows XP Professional and 1 (one) for Windows XP Home. Another logical processor limitation is 32 for 32-bit editions of Windows XP and 64 for 64-bit versions.