Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Windows XP Professional
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Microsoft Windows XP - Professional
25 August 2009
Summary: Despite its many annoyances, XP is a worthwhile upgrade. Unless you need corporate administration tools, XP Home Edition should suffice for most--even for small businesses. Enterprise customers, look to Professional Edition.
Pros: Streamlined interface; better performance on many systems; easier and more capable networking; integrated CD-R/RW playback and burn features; Pro version's Remote Assistance tool aids troubleshooting and control of remote PCs.
Cons: You can install XP on only one machine; piddling discounts for additional PC licenses; nags you to sign up for Passport Web account; Home Edition's multiple-user login screens are often redundant; heavy system requirements.
Conclusion: To conclude this review, it’s clear that all the hype that has been made over Windows XP is perfectly justified. Microsoft has listened to their customers by adding many new features they were requesting. Not only is Windows XP one of the most reliable operating systems ever released but it also offers an unprecedented level of conviviality thanks to a user friendly interface that includes smart enhancements to adapt the system to the way users work.
Pros: New Graphic Style,, New Exciting Multimedia Features,, Enhanced Overall Reliability,, Smarter than ever,, Tons of neat enhancements,, Awesome new Windows Messenger Application,, Rocking Windows Media Player 8,, Extensive Hardware Support,, High Performance Level,, Rock Solid.
Cons: Few Skins & Color Themes,, Compatibility Issues, with Old Games, ,, Few, Application Compatibility Issues, ,, WPA.
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