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  • REVIEWS - Microsoft Windows XP ProfessionalFull Version with SP2ViewUserReviewsAverage Customer Rating3.4 out of 5Product FeatureAutomatically keep your PC up-to-date with theqlatest security enhancements including theWindows Security Center, Windows Firewall.Windows XP Professional provides rich, wirelessqnetwork support, helping simply & easily connectto wireless networks whether in home, office orout.Quickly set up and connect all the computers,qprinters, devices, and an Internet connection inyour home with the all new Network Setup Wizard.Encrypting File System provides an additional levelqof file protection from hackersClean, simple design of Windows XP Professionalqputs the features you use most often at yourfingertips, helping you find them quickly.Read moreqProduct DescriptionMicrosoft Windows XP Professional is the next version of the Windows operating system which is designed forbusinesses of all sizes and for individuals who demand the most from their computing experience. Windows XPProfessional goes beyond the benefits of Windows XP Home Edition with advanced capabilities designedspecifically to optimize productivity using the latest advancements in the digital world. Built on the solidfoundation of Windows 2000 Windows XP Professional provides improved reliability security performance andease of use setting the new standard in efficient and dependable computing. Microsoft Windows XP ServicePack 2 (SP2) provides an enhanced security infrastructure that defends against viruses worms and hackersalong with increased manageability and control for IT professionals and an improved experience for users.Primary InformationOperating System : Microsoft Windows XP Professional Header / Localization : English OSProvided / Media : CD-ROM LicenseLicense Type : Complete package License Qty : 1 user LicensePricing : Standard UNSPSC CodeUNSPSC Code : 43233004 Product IDUPC: 805529831278ManufacturerPart: E85-02665 Read moreProduct DescriptionWith Windows XP Professional Edition with Service Pack 2, you get safer browsing and communication, powerfulsecurity tools, and improved experiences. Windows XP is the operating system release that unifies theMicrosoft range, with all the desktop versions now built on the NT/2000 code base rather than the shakier
  • foundation of Windows 95, 98, and Me. That makes XP a great upgrade for users of the now-obsolete 9x and Meline, but for those already on Windows 2000 Professional it is a closer call. Despite the similar name, there is nospecial synergy between Windows XP and Office XP, which works fine on Windows 2000.The Security Center lets you check the status of your essentialsecurity settings.XP certainly looks different, with rounded window corners, larger and moredetailed icons, and a clean-look desktop that on first installation shows onlythe taskbar and Recycle Bin. XP is also more customizable than earlierversions of Windows, and includes visual themes that let you change thewhole appearance of Windows in an instant. That is the window-dressing,but underneath are some significant improvements. One of the mostinteresting is Remote Desktop. A standard XP feature, this uses technologyfrom Microsoft Terminal Server to enable users to access their computerover any connection; for example, by dialing into the office from home.This is not just file access--this technology lets you run applications remotelyas if you were sitting at your desk at work. This is mature technology, stableand carefully thought out. So, for example, you can print from a remoteword processor to a local printer. A variation on the theme is RemoteAssistance, where the user can allow a remote helper to view their desktop,or optionally gain control of the keyboard and mouse, in order totroubleshoot a problem. The feature can also be disabled to ease securityconcerns.Laptop users benefit from enhanced powermanagement, with options to extend battery lifeby reducing CPU speed and display brightness.IrDA support has been fixed so that, unlikeWindows 2000, Windows XP can easily usemodems in mobile telephones via infrared. Anew screen font, ClearType, improves legibilityfor laptop or other flat screens, and there isbuilt-in support for wireless networking using thepopular 802.11 standard. A great feature of XP,also found in Windows 2000, is the ability tosynchronize network files with offline copies.Previously, these files could not be storedsecurely, but now they can be encrypted.The Information Bar in Windows XP Professional Edition with ServicePack 2 notifies you when it blocks ActiveX control or active contentand then lets you decide what to do.For Web browsing, XP comes with Internet Explorer 6.0. The enhancements in IE 6.0 are mainly of interest toWeb developers, and in any case Microsoft makes IE freely available to all Windows users. Although Java is notinstalled by default, it is not difficult to download a Java Virtual Machine (JVM). Windows Messenger, originally achat client, has evolved into a collaboration tool that allows for video conferencing and application sharing.Service Pack 2 allows users to instruct Internet Explorer how tohandle downloads from a specific publisherThe most significant new feature for Internet users is thebuilt-in firewall. A firewall protects against one of the mostdisturbing security risks, in which other users unknown toyou might connect to your computer while it is online,reading private files or causing other damage. XPs built-infirewall is a simple affair, but it does prevent most types ofunauthorized connection.Windows XP has strong multimedia features. The newMedia Player lets you copy music from CD to hard disk,create your own playlist, and write your own music CDs ifyou have a CD writer. Although there is loss of quality as aresult of compression, the process is easy and convenient.Media Player 8.0 can play back DVD video, but only if ahardware or software DVD decoder is already installed.You can also play MP3 audio files and MPEG videos, butsadly, not the popular RealMedia formats. In the end,Media Player does nothing that you cannot also do withfree alternatives, but it is slick and nicely integrated.The XP user interface is not a radical departure from earlier versions of Windows, but there are a number ofsmall changes that together add up to a significant improvement. The Start menu now automatically featuresthe most frequently used programs at the top of the list, and you can add and remove shortcuts by
  • right-clicking the icon and selecting Pin or Unpin from the pop-up menu. Windows online help is integrated intoa Help and Support Center that works like an internal Web site, with searchable help, tutorials, andwalk-throughs.Windows XP Professional includes all the features of Windows XP Home, and adds support for dual processors,encryptable file systems, offline folders, the Remote Desktop as described above, and extra administrationfeatures that come into play when connected to a Windows server domain. XP is demanding on hardware, andit would be a mistake to install it on less than Microsofts recommended minimum requirements. There is alsoactivation to consider, a mildly annoying anti-piracy measure that requires you to obtain a code from Microsoftfor full installation, and in the future if you reinstall or make major system changes.Windows XP Service Pack 2 FeaturesInternetExplorer Pop-upBlockerMakes browsing the Internet more enjoyable by enabling you to reduce unwanted ads andcontent.InternetExplorerdownloadmonitoringWarns you about potentially harmful downloads and gives you the option to block files thatcould be malicious.InternetExplorerInformation BarProvides better information about events that are happening as you browse the Web, so it’seasier to know what’s going on and address potential security issues.WindowsSecurity CenterAllows you to easily view your security status and manage key security settings in oneconvenient place.WindowsFirewall updateAutomatically turned on by default, this improved firewall helps protect Windows XP fromviruses, worms, and other security threats that can spread over the Internet.Improvedwireless supportDramatically improves and simplifies the process of discovering and connecting to wirelessnetworks.BluetoothtechnologiesEnables you to easily connect to the latest Bluetooth-enabled hardware devices such askeyboards, cell phones, and PDAs.Windows MediaPlayer 9 SeriesMakes it easy to enjoy music, video, and broadband content with enhanced security.Read moreYou May Also LikeMicrosoft Windows 7 UltimateMicrosoft Windows 7 ProfessionalMicrosoft Windows XP Professional Full VersionMicrosoft Office Professional 2007 FULL VERSION [Old Version]Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate FULL VERSION [DVD] [OLD VERSION]