Windows XP

by Microsoft

Makes it easy and simple to install and run new programs

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Microsoft

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Last revision: Last week

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Windows XP is a legendary operating system from Microsoft, which is one of the most successful products of the company. Even nowadays, it is still in demand, despite the problems of compatibility with modern software and hardware. The first version of Windows XP was released back in 2001, and in the heyday it occupied about 80% of the entire market. And because of the frank failure of Windows Vista, XP has not lost its relevance over the past decade. Already after the release of Windows 7 in 2009, users began to migrate to the new version of the operating system.

Compared to its predecessor, Windows 2000, it has a completely redesigned and quite progressive (by the standards of the time) interface. But besides the changes concerning appearance, Windows XP has seriously "grown" and in terms of functionality. For the first time, it provides the possibility of creating system recovery points, additional possibilities of computer control via the command line, built-in terminal server, as well as native support of a huge number of digital formats (images, videos, music). Serious changes have also affected the built-in software: Windows Media Player, Internet Explorer and Windows Movie Maker.

Three years later, Microsoft released Service Pack 2 (SP2) for Windows XP, which fixed a lot of bugs, improved compatibility, and added important features to the system that were missing from the original operating system, such as support for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth interfaces. Another four years later, the last major update, Service Pack 3 (SP3), was released, touching on the security and performance aspects of the operating system.

- a completely renewed graphic shell, made in quiet tones and with the use of rounded shapes;

- new possibilities of computer control via the command line;

- NAP (Network Access Protection) network access protection, which protects the local network by assessing the security of the connected systems;

- support for Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA2) security standard;

- Windows Firewall - significantly improved firewall, allowing you to control access to the network programs;

- Update your Outlook Express mail client, Internet Explorer browser, Windows Media Player and other related software;

- A single Security Operations Centre designed to monitor the security of the operating system;

- Built-in support for a huge number of file formats.

Oliver
Windows XP is an operating system that is used as part of the Windows system. it was developed in the mid-2000s, which was more advanced than the older versions of windows. This application is launched by the company Microsoft. The main motive of this program is to develop the performance of the computer system. the application is fully effective to the people who work in the field of technology. it enables the advanced features of computer programs. but it was overcome by the windows 7.
Ryan
Out of all the operating systems for Microsoft, I think Window XP was the worst. The operating system is very slow, and I do not believe there is adequate virus protection available for the operating system. It constantly asks you to perform updates; however, with each update, the computer runs slower. I would not recommend this product.
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